How wordfast works
Thread poster: Rajesh Srivastava

Rajesh Srivastava  Identity Verified
India
Local time: 14:37
English to Hindi
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Feb 21, 2008

can someone tell me how wordfast actually works ? I have downloaded its demo portion from wordfast.com and while opening a MS word file it is now visible there but I am not able to understand how to use it for translation memory or for other help. Will you guide me pl.

 

Attila Piróth  Identity Verified
France
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Member
English to Hungarian
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Have you read the manual? Feb 21, 2008

You will find a very detailed answer to this question, and you will learn a lot of useful techniques by reading the manual. Spend a bit of time with it - it will save you a lot of time in the long run. You can download it from the WF website.
Attila


 

Capesha  Identity Verified
Local time: 11:07
Member (2006)
English to German
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PDF Manual Feb 21, 2008

Dear Rajesh,

you can download a pdf file with the description how to use it. I did it the same way and after some attempts I could work with it easily.


 

John Di Rico  Identity Verified
France
Local time: 11:07
Member (2006)
French to English
Tutorials Feb 21, 2008

Have a look at the online tutorials on the wordfast.net website.

Good luck,

John


 


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