excel 2003/TagEditor 8.0.0.822 - how to get one segment for each cell
Thread poster: Nicole Maina

Nicole Maina  Identity Verified
Italy
Local time: 14:22
Member (2005)
German to Italian
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Jun 21, 2007

Hello everybody,

I need tageditor to show me each cell as one single segment (it is complicated to explain why, sorry). so I have deleted full stops, commas etc. from the segmentation rules, leaving only "paragraph". but this does not work, because in some cells there are also paragraph marks (I only see little squares, but I guess they are like paragraphs).

is there any setting to get one single segment for each cell?

thank you very much in advance!
nicole


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Vito Smolej
Germany
Local time: 14:22
Member (2004)
English to Slovenian
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copy the column/columns to word Jun 23, 2007

and use word to translate. Just because it is excel you do not need TagEditor to do the job.

The problem of one segment to a cell still persists alright, but at least it is easier to handle it in word. At least the extra paragraph signs can be taken out without a problem.

Regards

Vito


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