Working with Wordfast in Excel
Thread poster: Sandra Cifuentes Dowling

Sandra Cifuentes Dowling  Identity Verified
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Dec 30, 2004

Hi everyone!

I have a project to be done in Excel. Have checked WF manual for some explanation on how using the memory with this program but there are just a few lines of general ideas but no steps to follow. I don't even know how to start working.

Anybody knows?

TIA and all the best for 2005!!!

Sandra


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Bilingualduo  Identity Verified
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how to do it Dec 30, 2004

Hi Sandra. Quite easy: open the excel file and position the cursor on first cell to be translated, open an empty word file, open WF and start translating. That's it.

HTH

Cristina


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dieter haake  Identity Verified
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how to do it - II. Dec 30, 2004

... and the same thing for power point. That's it.

didi


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Sandra Cifuentes Dowling  Identity Verified
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Great !! Dec 30, 2004

It works! Thank you. What confused me most was the empy file in Word but WF opens the segment in Excel automatically.

Excellent.

Happy New Year !!


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