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Clients and Translators: Expectations vs. Results

It is quite common for a client to have an idea of the final outcome in mind when requesting a translation project. When the material is simple in content and format, complications are generally few. But what happens when the translation project in question is larger in scope? Most translators and project managers (PMs) know […]

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MemoQ and SDL Trados Studio 2009

For agencies or translators who work with different programs, MemoQ and SDL Trados Studio 2009 are very compatible. The first impression given by these two programs is that many of their features are exactly the same. They incorporate project management functions into the translation/edition screen; They work with a translation memory, which can be exported […]

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Using Latin in Legal Documents (With Glossaries)

Anyone who has ever translated or taken part, in any capacity, in a legal proceeding can attest to the fact that there is a multitude of phrases and expressions that are pure Latin and yet are used in documents in many languages without translation. They remain unchanged to maintain uniformity throughout the world in various […]

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