How do you blind out pages of a ppt-file that don´t have to be translated?
Thread poster: LoG

LoG
Germany
Local time: 17:21
German to French
+ ...
May 2, 2013

Hello,

I recently got a PowerPoint-file (PPT) with approximately 20 pages. As some pages didn´t need to be translated I blinded them out, saved the file and created a new SDL 2011 project. I didn´t change any norm settings of the project.

And now to my problem:
The text I have blinded out earlier appeared nevertheless as editable text in the sdlxliff-file. Do I have to change some of the norm settings?

Many thanks in advance for your answers!


 

xxxnrichy
France
Local time: 17:21
French to Dutch
+ ...
I am right now doing the same May 2, 2013

But I left everything as it was, and only translate the parts which have to be translated.
I just skip the parts which don't have to be translated (leaving the target segments empty).
When the sdlxiff file is backconverted, the old parts appear untranslated in the pptx file.


 


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