SDL Trados: Can I export a bilingual file, bold target paragraphs under plain source paragraphs?
Thread poster: JM González

JM González  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 09:32
Member (2016)
Spanish to English
Mar 20, 2017

Hey Proz!

I am wondering whether Trados (2017) can export a bilingual file not in the typical double column format, but in a single column format where each (unbolded) source paragraph is followed by a (bolded) target paragraph, as follows:

Unbolded Source

Bolded Target

Unbolded Source

Bolded Target ...

Is that feasible in trados? Would there be a coding solution???

TIA!

JM


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CafeTran Training
Netherlands
Local time: 17:32
Via Mar 20, 2017

http://www.proz.com/forum/sdl_trados_support/230512-saving_bilingual_unclean_word_documents_from_studio_2011.html

Not sure if this is still possible with 2017. If so, you can create an uncleaned bilingual RTF, from which you could derive your desired layout.


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JM González  Identity Verified
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Local time: 09:32
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Thank you! Apr 12, 2017

Take care - JM

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