Idiom WorldServer Desktop Workbench - Spell check issue
Thread poster: Thiago Fico

Thiago Fico  Identity Verified
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Jan 30, 2015


I am using Idiom WorldServer Desktop Workbench and I have an issue with its spell check feature. Pretty frequently, the spell check window goes blank (fields Problem, Change to, and Suggestions are empty), and I have to close it, scroll down a little, and then start the spell check again.

Does anyone know how to solve this problem?

Thank you very much,

Thiago Fico


Vyacheslav Lomaev  Identity Verified
Russian Federation
Local time: 23:23
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File -> Export -> Segments... -> Excel -> Word -> Idiom Oct 11, 2016

1. File -> Export -> Segments...,
2. Open the exported file in Excel,
3. Copy the column with translated text (usually D) and insert it into a Word file,
4. Run the spellcheck in Word (F7) and step by step correct the translated text in Idiom (Ctrl+F).

[Редактировалось 2016-10-11 18:55 GMT]


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