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Version: Wordfast Pro 5 5.7.0.RC2
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For this article, we will define proofreading as monolingual or target-only review of the translation.
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For this article, we will define proofreading as monolingual or target-only review of the translation.
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If you are working with a Microsoft Word or PowerPoint document, the best way to proofread your file is using the '''Live Preview''' feature in the TXLF Editor ('''''File''''' tab > '''''Live Preview''''' icon). This feature creates a target-only preview of your file within WFP5 on the right-half of your screen. The preview can be docked to the bottom, to the left, or undocked completely and moved to a second screen.<ref>As of version 5.8, the Live Preview window opens automatically when you open a file in the TXLF Editor. To prevent WFP from automatically opening the Live Preview, go to “Preferences” > “General Preferences” > “General”, and untick the option at the bottom to automatically open Live Preview for supported files.</ref>
  
If you are working with a Microsoft Word or PowerPoint document, the best way to proofread your file is using the '''Live Preview''' feature in the TXLF Editor (''File'' tab > ''Preview'' icon). This feature creates a target-only preview of your file within WFP5 on the right-half of your screen. The preview can be docked to the bottom, to the left, or undocked completely and moved to a second screen.  
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[[File:Example word.png|500px]]
  
 
If changes need to be made, simply click on the text in the preview that needs changing, and WFP5 will open the segment in the bilingual editor. Make your changes, commit your segments, and the preview will refresh automatically.
 
If changes need to be made, simply click on the text in the preview that needs changing, and WFP5 will open the segment in the bilingual editor. Make your changes, commit your segments, and the preview will refresh automatically.
  
If you are working with any other file types, you can use the ''Preview File'' icon, which will open a temporary file in the source file’s native program. You can use this preview to review your translation; however, you should make changes in the WFP5 bilingual editor in order to capture edits in the translation memory (TM).
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If you are working with any other file types, you can use the '''''Preview File''''' icon, which will open a temporary file in the source file’s native program. You can use this preview to review your translation; however, you should make changes in the WFP5 bilingual editor in order to capture edits in the translation memory (TM).
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Version: Wordfast Pro 5.8 <br>
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--[[User:John|John]], 22 October 2018
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Updated by [[User:Byron|Byron]], 10 January 2019

Latest revision as of 07:16, 4 February 2019

For this article, we will define proofreading as monolingual or target-only review of the translation.

If you are working with a Microsoft Word or PowerPoint document, the best way to proofread your file is using the Live Preview feature in the TXLF Editor (File tab > Live Preview icon). This feature creates a target-only preview of your file within WFP5 on the right-half of your screen. The preview can be docked to the bottom, to the left, or undocked completely and moved to a second screen.[1]

Example word.png

If changes need to be made, simply click on the text in the preview that needs changing, and WFP5 will open the segment in the bilingual editor. Make your changes, commit your segments, and the preview will refresh automatically.

If you are working with any other file types, you can use the Preview File icon, which will open a temporary file in the source file’s native program. You can use this preview to review your translation; however, you should make changes in the WFP5 bilingual editor in order to capture edits in the translation memory (TM).

References

  1. As of version 5.8, the Live Preview window opens automatically when you open a file in the TXLF Editor. To prevent WFP from automatically opening the Live Preview, go to “Preferences” > “General Preferences” > “General”, and untick the option at the bottom to automatically open Live Preview for supported files.



Version: Wordfast Pro 5.8
Operating System: macOS

--John, 22 October 2018

Updated by Byron, 10 January 2019