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French translation: Here are some sources:

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08:22 Nov 11, 2000
English to French translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: Word97 .lex files in FR
This is actually not a query for translating a term. I would like to ask anyone who has Word97 ".lex" files in French to reply. These files contain the dictionary for spellchecking and grammar proofreading in Word97.
Olivier Kempf
United States
Local time: 15:58
French translation:Here are some sources:
Explanation:
http://proofing.com/ (this one costs, but is supposed to be quite good)

http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Program/7966/ [Here is what is being offered: "The files in the "tables" on this page are direct from this site. The others are direct links to files provided by another like-minded soul (with more web-space). Go see his home page! These are some of the files that you need to check the spelling and grammar of Microsoft Word documents. They have all been "zipped". This is both to save time downloading, and, because they are essentially text files, some web browsers will not download them, but just show the contents on your screen."]

You should also check out Manon Bergeron's site for other help for translators: www.mabercomcom

This is where I found the above two references. She has put together an excellent assortment of resources for the benefit of her fellow translators. Enjoy!
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Yolanda Broad
United States
Local time: 18:58
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Very helpful, thank you!
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Here are some sources:


Explanation:
http://proofing.com/ (this one costs, but is supposed to be quite good)

http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Program/7966/ [Here is what is being offered: "The files in the "tables" on this page are direct from this site. The others are direct links to files provided by another like-minded soul (with more web-space). Go see his home page! These are some of the files that you need to check the spelling and grammar of Microsoft Word documents. They have all been "zipped". This is both to save time downloading, and, because they are essentially text files, some web browsers will not download them, but just show the contents on your screen."]

You should also check out Manon Bergeron's site for other help for translators: www.mabercomcom

This is where I found the above two references. She has put together an excellent assortment of resources for the benefit of her fellow translators. Enjoy!

Yolanda Broad
United States
Local time: 18:58
Native speaker of: English
PRO pts in pair: 720
Grading comment
Very helpful, thank you!
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