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How to Lower Your Translation Costs

Use of Translation Memories Usually, companies expect to have the final approved version of a document before sending it for translation. What you probably do not realize is that by using a TM (Translation Memory), the translator can start working on the project before it has been officially approved. With a TM, costs and delivery […]

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How to Finalize a Project in Trados Studio 2009

When working with Trados Studio 2009, once all of the work on a project has been completed the last step is to “Finalize” it. This “finalizing” of the project includes two tasks: 1. updating the translation memory, 2. cleaning the generated files for delivery to the customer. To verify that the stages of translation and […]

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Staying ahead of the Curve, Always an Advantage

Since the world is in a state of constant change and evolution, it is always important to stay as current as possible in regard to these changes and innovations. This applies in all areas of life, but above all in the field of employment and professional development. Translators and translation agencies are no exception. Agencies […]

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Inconsistencies between Office 1997 and 2007

We are already well aware that nothing about technology should surprise us anymore, whether it’s software, products, devices, phones, laptops, etc. All these products we buy today may be obsolete in a couple of months. We know how fast they move on and how quickly all the products we use on a regular basis are […]

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SDL Trados Studio 2009

SDL released the latest version of Trados, SDL Trados Studio 2009. This new tool brings together the independent applications that were used in the past (Workbench, TagEditor, WinAlign, SDLX, Multiterm, et al.) in one practical and easy-to-use interface. First, it is worth highlighting the new file extension that are used in the program: XLIFF: bilingual […]

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