One thing I didn’t address in my earlier blog on using the “Open Document” approach is saving the target file. When you create a full project in Studio a neat folder structure is created that seperates the files for you… so something like this: Continue reading “Open Document – Saving Target Tip”
I love SDL Trados Studio, and I think it’s easy to use, but sometimes we just hide this fact a little! I think a case in point, and one of the most confusing things for users of SDL Trados Studio is the “Open Document” command. It sounds as though it’s a quick way to open a document to work on. But it’s only like this when you wish to open a document to work on the first time you ever open it.
Two questions came up on ProZ today which Studio can handle very nicely. Despite this I often see some very clever and amazing workarounds that are probably not necessary at all. So I thought I’d write this quick post for two reasons… the first just to share these great and easy to use features in Studio, and secondly because I thought I’d use FastStoneCapture to record a video to explain the process when I answered both questions on ProZ this afternoon, and I blogged about this brilliant little tool last week.