I'd like to proofread on paper a text I have translated with studio 2009, but since it has a lot of context matches and 100% matches which don't actually need proofreading and I want to save time, I was wondering whether it is possible to apply one of studio's display filters (in my case, new translated content) and print just what I see.
I have already tried just clicking on "view in> print preview as side-by-side" and it prints everything, even the segments that are "hidden" once the filter has been applied.
does anyone have any suggestions?
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Finally import the TTX back into your original SDLXLIFF and all your changes will be updated.
If you only wanted the text in hard copy to read then maybe just use the SDLXLIFF Converter for MSOffice to export the original file to Excel and then use Excel to hide the rows that have CM/100% matches.
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