Trados 2011: how to make tiny text legible
Thread poster: Samuel Murray

Samuel Murray  Identity Verified
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Nov 13, 2014

Hello

Trados 2011's WYSIWIG view is nice, but sometimes it's a little too nice. For example, if the source document contains a huge font, then the view in Trados is also huge (sometimes takes over the entire screen), and if the source document has a tiny font, then the text is illegible in Trados. Is there a way to specify a minimum and maximum font size in WYSIWIG? Or, if not, how can I get Trados to show all the text in one, legible font?

Thanks
Samuel


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Elena Reggiani  Identity Verified
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Yes Nov 13, 2014

Hi Samuel,

Sure there is: you just need to clic on
TOOLS > OPTIONS, select EDITOR on the left, and then FONT ADAPTATION.

You'll be able to set minimum and maximum font size there.
Let me know if it works!

I wish you a nice day,
Elena


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Samuel Murray  Identity Verified
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Thanks Nov 13, 2014

Elena Reggiani wrote:
Sure there is...


Thanks, Elena, the option is there, so I'll assume it works.


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