Translating into two target languages in Studio 2014
Thread poster: Anne Savaris

Anne Savaris
Brazil
Local time: 11:33
Member (2016)
Italian to Portuguese
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Oct 5, 2016

I have a file to translate into two target languages. Should I open two different projects in Studio or there is a way to view/work both of them together?

Thanks a lot!


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26ramunas  Identity Verified
Lithuania
Local time: 16:33
English to Lithuanian
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setup Oct 5, 2016

When setting up the project you should pick two target languages - two target files will be created.

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Walter Blaser  Identity Verified
Switzerland
Local time: 15:33
French to German
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This is indeed why we use "projects" Oct 8, 2016

Anne

The advantage of creating a project vs. opening a single file for translation is that you can
(1) have more than one target language
(2) group several documents in one project for easier monitoring

Walter


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