Trados 7.5 vs 8.0 - best improvements?
Thread poster: Jan Sundström

Jan Sundström  Identity Verified
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Sep 21, 2007

Hi all,

Those of you who upgraded to 8.0 (or even the latest SP1):
- which functions/fixes did you consider to be the best improvements?
- which improvements have saved you most time -and why?
- especially any enhancements in the Filter Settings, support for more file types, better integration with Office 2007?

I'm about to upgrade to SP1 (although I'm not sure whether to install Office 2007, I might leave that part on the shelf for a bit longer).
I've read about the pitfalls and problems when upgrading, there's plenty of posts on the forum on that side, but it's easy to miss the positive points of the new features!

Thanks a lot for your input,

Jan


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Haiyang Ai  Identity Verified
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Work with Word 2007 and Vista? Nov 15, 2007

I'd like to know this too, especially regarding it's compatibility with Word 2007 and Vista.

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Haiyang Ai
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