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RosaT Spain Local time: 01:13 English to Spanish + ...
Mar 15, 2006
I have tried looking for this info in the archive without much success (an apparently useful topic appeared but it was in German, and unfortunately I don't speak this language.)
I currently own SDLX 2005 Professional and I am looking at upgrading to SDL Trados 2006. My dilemma is if I should go with the Professional version again or if I should "downgrade" (which I've been told is possible by SDL) to SDL Trados 2006 Freelance.
I think I am clear about the differences between SDLX Standard and SDLX Professional, but I am trying to find out about the differences between Trados Freelance and Trados Team Pro, since the price difference is huge and I am now wondering if I really need the Trados Team Pro.
I have been reading some pages, but none clearly depited the differences, apart from the fact that Team Pro supports unlimited languages. What is your opinion? Is Team Pro worth it not being a company but sole trader? Do you think I should stick with Pro "just in case"?
Many thanks in advance. Any help will be very much appreciated.
[Edited at 2006-03-15 17:49]
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