Powerpoint formatting issues with Studio 2011
Thread poster: Conor Murphy

Conor Murphy  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 01:16
Member (2010)
German to English
May 2, 2013

[This topic has been moved from Transators' Resources forum]

Apologies if this issue has been raised elsewhere.

I occasionally translate PowerPoint presentations using Studio. (Studio 2011 now seems to be able to handle these).

However following the translation I notice that some (nearly all) of the graphics have been changed (arrows made larger and boxes made smaller in this current case) and the text layout (e.g. line spacing) has also been modified.

Am I missing something? Should I be making changes to Settings to stop this occurring.

While Studio is indeed extremely useful, it is very time-consuming to have to go back through the PPT slide by slide and rectify the layout.

Any ideas anyone?


 

SDL Community  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 02:16
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Maybe this is a tagging issue? May 3, 2013

Hi,

Try pressing F8 when the file is open in Studio and this may find missing tags that you need to insert into your target translation from the source.

Regards

Paul


 


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