ELL: RE: software
gogaku at IX.NETCOM.COM
Sat Aug 11 16:37:23 UTC 2001
I just posted this to a translators' list the other day. I don't
know if it's useful or not, though:
Wordfast - the only Translation Memory engine available for
Microsoft Word both on PC
and MAC - can now be downloaded , completely free of charge, from
the Logos Group portal,
www.logos.it, as well as from http://champollion.net
Beside conventional translation memory services, Wordfast includes
check. Direct compatibility is maintained with the most popular
translation memory systems available
on the market, while offering a totally transparent, open format.
All this power is packed into a single, compact Word template.
Wordfast is network-ready, allows
translation of Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Access files, directly
translates HTML/XML files
and other tagged files.
It can support Semitic languages, Cyrillic languages, as well as
Japanese and Chinese 16-bit modes.
Wordfast can also handle jumps, popups, fields, tables, bookmarks,
frames, headers/footers/notes and
many other features unfound in other packages.
Join the Wordfast discussion group and use the hotline to find out
more about it!
Here was one reply:
There was an interesting foray into the world of Wordfast on the
in June, so I advise you to check out the archives for the list.
Gururaj Rao's message was the first:
No fault of Gurruraj's of course, but people would appear to have
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[mailto:owner-endangered-languages-l at cleo.murdoch.edu.au]On Behalf
Of Paula Meyer
Does anybody know of good software for making multi-language
dictionaries? Could I use regular data-base software such as MS
Access? Is there something better?
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