Trados 7 Purple Codes Appeared on Word 2007 doc. , Ctrl+( doesn't work..
Thread poster: Bora Taşdemir

Bora Taşdemir  Identity Verified
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Jun 6, 2012

Hi colleagues,

I have a very bad problem whch i have to solve immediately. Whilst i was working on my project, i clicked something and both languages with purple codes like {o> appeared. I tried to do solutions like Ctrl+( key combinations or clicking show/hide field codes etc. they all didn't work.

Here is an example how it seems:

{o>Food Storage Gıdaların Depolanması are not changable.

Is there anyone who knows what can i do about it? Please someone help me a.s.a.p.

Thanks in advance.


 

Bora Taşdemir  Identity Verified
Local time: 19:02
Member (2012)
English to Turkish
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My brother solved this problem.. Jun 6, 2012

I clicked File/Options/View and removed the tick mark on the tick-box and ta-daaaa!! My original document is back!
God save my twin brother..

I hope anyone who suffers this problem can get benefit from this entry.

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[Değişiklik saati 2012-06-06 22:50 GMT]


 


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