Question regarding Trados TagEditor
Thread poster: Christine Healy-Rendel
Christine Healy-Rendel  Identity Verified
English to German
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Sep 6, 2002

I am translating a text from English into German (txt files that were extracted from PageMaker).



I have worked with Trados a lot, but mainly with Word-documents. I use TagEditor for the first time. So far I have encountered no problems with using it, but just cannot figure out one issue:



When I look at the preview for German, the German target text won\'t show the German \"Umlaute\" (ö, ü, ä etc.), instead I just see gibberish where the Umlaut should be. What do I need to do to correct this?



Thanks for your help!


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Hang Nguyen-Padfield  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 16:20
English to Vietnamese
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I have the same problem with Vietnamese language Sep 6, 2002

Please keep me posted on this issue

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TTV  Identity Verified
France
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German to French
Go to Yahoo_group Sep 7, 2002

For any question regarding Trados, you should join that group:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/tw_users

You will find there a lot of people very competent that will help you. I\'ve \"used\" them several times, every time with success.



HTH - René


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