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Design for Presentation: The great eye learns to see

A fable about using design to help your audience see your message clearly. And what to avoid. For directors, designers, instructional designers, and presenters.

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Interesting way to learn how to make effective presentations.

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tom jackson's curator insight, February 25, 2013 9:06 AM

An effective way to engage your audience in learning principles of many content areas!

tom jackson's curator insight, February 25, 2013 9:07 AM

another idea for delivering your lessons, sometime we overlook the fable.  An effective way to engage your audience in learning principles of many content areas!

N Kaspar's curator insight, March 3, 2013 11:07 PM

An interesting example of how to use a fable to teach a subject.

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(CAT) - Multiterm 2011: Avoiding Duplicate Entries When Importing Glossaries | Nora Díaz on Translation, Teaching, and Other Stuff

(CAT) - Multiterm 2011: Avoiding Duplicate Entries When Importing Glossaries | Nora Díaz on Translation, Teaching, and Other Stuff | NotOnlyTranslations | Scoop.it

"While following the standard import process to reimport the same glossary into Multiterm (for example, after the glossary has grown) will result in duplicate entries, the steps below help prevent this ..."


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How to open password protected PDF files, how to OCR a PDF, how to translate PDF, how to extract text (by Gert Van Assche, via TheOpenMic)

How to open password protected PDF files, how to OCR a PDF, how to translate PDF, how to extract text (by Gert Van Assche, via TheOpenMic) | NotOnlyTranslations | Scoop.it
When your translation tool can't open the PDF, you have to hack it yourself: remove the encryption, extract the images, run an OCR, cleanup the tag soup. This is how you prepare the PDF for translation.

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Stanislav Okhvat's curator insight, January 26, 2016 4:02 AM

Gert Van Assche shares some of his tricks for translating PDF documents.

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Here are some tricks for translating those PDF's.

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Li-Fi has just been tested in the real world, and it's 100 times faster than Wi-Fi

Li-Fi has just been tested in the real world, and it's 100 times faster than Wi-Fi | NotOnlyTranslations | Scoop.it
Expect to hear a whole lot more about Li-Fi - a wireless technology that transmits high-speed data using visible light communication (VLC) - in the coming months. With scientists achieving speeds of 224 gigabits per second in the lab using Li-Fi...

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The Latest Trend in the Translation Industry: PEMT

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RT @CSSTranslations: The Latest Trend in the Translation Industry: PEMT (post-editing machine translation) https://t.co/wdUFfS6FKa by @nikk…
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Microsoft chiama a raccolta i volontari per tradurre i suoi prodotti e servizi - hdblog.it

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How and where to download and install SDL Trados Studio: risk management basics (by Emma Goldsmith)

How and where to download and install SDL Trados Studio: risk management basics (by Emma Goldsmith) | NotOnlyTranslations | Scoop.it
How to minimise risks when installing Trados. Some simple steps.

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Emma Goldsmith explains how SDL Trados Studio users can install the latest SDL Trados Studio 2014 Service Pack 2 without problems.

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Parallels Desktop 10 enhances performance, integration, and ease of use

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Apple's use of Intel processors in its Macs allows you to run Windows natively in Boot Camp, but also run virtualization solutions so you can host Windows, various flavors of Unix and Linux, and ot...

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Create Standard eBooks Easily from Any Google Drive Document with Liber.io

Create Standard eBooks Easily from Any Google Drive Document with Liber.io | NotOnlyTranslations | Scoop.it

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porque não?

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כלי ליצירת ספר דיגיטלי מתוך מסמכי גוגל

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Manuale di sopravvivenza per freelance (parte 1): le cose brutte

Manuale di sopravvivenza per freelance (parte 1): le cose brutte | NotOnlyTranslations | Scoop.it
Per poter pagare ed essere pagato, infine, devo essere in parte ragioniere (devo saper compilare una fattura, calcolare rapidamente il costo di un lavoro, fare preventivi, pagare F24 e non fare infarti quando ricevo posta dall’Ufficio delle Entrate) e in parte avvocato (è importante conoscere i propri diritti e conoscere le norme sul copyright, le licenze di software e font, come comportarsi in caso di contestazioni).

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Wi-Fi base stations: Setting up and configuring an extended wireless network (802.11n)

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Configuring an extended Wi-Fi base station

Place any extended Wi-Fi base stations within range of the primary Wi-Fi base stationEnsure that all 802.11n Wi-Fi base stations are powered on and allow them time to appear in the AirPort Menu ExtraOpen AirPort Utility (On a Mac, choose Go > Applications from your desktop, click the Utilities folder, then open AirPort Utility. In Microsoft Windows, choose Start > All Programs > AirPort to start AirPort Utility).Select the Extended Wi-Fi base station in the Base Station Chooser, then click Continue. Note: If you see a message appear that indicates that the Wi-Fi base station has been reset, click Cancel to continue.Click Manual Setup. Enter the base station password if necessary.Click AirPort in the toolbar.Click Wireless.Choose “Extend a wireless network” from the Wireless Mode menu.Choose the network you want to extend from the Network Name menu.Enter the network and device password if necessary, then click Update.The next window may indicate that there are some problems. Resolve the problems, then click Update.
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(TOOL) - Novità IATE | Tra di noi

(TOOL) - Novità IATE | Tra di noi | NotOnlyTranslations | Scoop.it

"Interessanti novità dalla banca dati terminologica europea IATE (InterActive Terminology for Europe) che da alcune settimane ha messo a disposizione una versione scaricabile della sua vasta raccolta terminologica, fatta di oltre 8 milioni di termini nelle 24 lingue europee.

In questo articolo vedremo insieme come trasformare il materiale fornito da IATE in un semplice glossario bilingue (formato Excel o TXT “tab-delimited”) da importare successivamente nel nostro CAT preferito. Questo ci permetterà di accedere alla terminologia IATE anche senza una connessione internet.

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Stanislav Okhvat's curator insight, October 17, 2014 5:49 AM

Very informative article on how to make use of the IATE terminology database with the help of XBench. Although this post is in Italian, Google Translate translates this web page quite well (post the URL into the form at translate.google.com).

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Infografía: Las 25 herramientas online más populares para de los Freelance (Infografía)

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Esta infografía la hemos conocido a través de este este Usuario de Twitter esperamos que sea de vuestro interés.Si crees que esta infografía no debería estar aquí, puedes enviarnos un mensaje para ...

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5 Free Multilingual Resources To Translate Faster

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I would like to recommend five of my favourite multilingual resources that make translation much faster and increase terminological correctness. As I usually translate into Polish or from Polish, all of them contain Polish terminology.


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(TOOL) - Character, Word and Letter Counter | Charcounter

(TOOL) - Character, Word and Letter Counter | Charcounter | NotOnlyTranslations | Scoop.it

"Real-time counting tool for character, letter, words, white-spaces and paragraphs. Mobile-friendly and ad-free."


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Juan Antonio Castán's curator insight, February 15, 2016 7:25 AM

Herramienta de recuento de palabras, caracteres y letras: Charcounter

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I buoni propositi del traduttore

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Trovare il tempo per continuare a studiare e formarsi: non si finisce mai di imparare, e fra un lavoro e l’altro è meglio seguire un workshop su un argomento che ci interessa piuttosto che controllare la mail compulsivamente, nella speranza di trovare nuove richieste di preventivi. Quante volte l’avete fatto oggi, ad esempio? Ecco, sarà il caso di chiudere Gmail per un’oretta, che ne dite?

Non smettere mai di cercare nuovi clienti: certo, tradurre è di gran lunga più gratificante che scrivere mail e proposte commerciali ad aziende e privati ma, se non si fa questo, anche lavorare alle vostre amate traduzioni diventa più complicato…
Smetterla di accettare compensi troppo bassi. Per avere una buona traduzione bisogna affidarsi a professionisti seri. E un professionista serio, proprio come il resto del mondo, ha bisogno di cibo, cure mediche, un tetto sotto cui lavorare e, occasionalmente, dormire, e dei tanti strumenti in grado di aiutarlo nel suo lavoro. E, dal momento che il baratto non va più di moda da un bel po’, il nostro eroe avrà bisogno di denaro per vivere e continuare ad aggiornarsi. Per essere un professionista serio, insomma.


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Beyond Punctuation: Creating Custom Segmentation Rules in Studio (by Nora Díaz)

Beyond Punctuation: Creating Custom Segmentation Rules in Studio (by Nora Díaz) | NotOnlyTranslations | Scoop.it

A freshly created TM in Studio comes with 3 standard segmentation rule. While these rules are enough in most cases, sometimes we'll open a file and wish it were segmented differently...


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Stanislav Okhvat's curator insight, November 25, 2015 2:47 PM

Nora Diaz explains and demonstrates in a video how to create a custom segmentation rule that will split text into segments based on specific text before and after the desired segment break.

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Forget Apps: By 2020, This Technology Will Run Your Smartphone -- The Motley Fool

Forget Apps: By 2020, This Technology Will Run Your Smartphone --  The Motley Fool | NotOnlyTranslations | Scoop.it
Smartphone users love their apps. According to Nielsen, U.S. consumers access 26.7 apps and spend an average of 37.5 hours in them each month.

But a recent report from research company Gartner predicts that by 2020, nearly half of our mobile interactions will be done through virtual personal assistants, like Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) Siri, Microsoft's (NASDAQ:MSFT) Cortana, and Alphabet's (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL) Google Now.

Here's what Gartner had to say:

By 2020, smart agents will facilitate 40 percent of mobile interactions, and the postapp era will begin to dominate. Smart agent technologies, in the form of virtual personal assistants (VPAs) and other agents, will monitor user content and behavior in conjunction with cloud-hosted neural networks to build and maintain data models from which the technology will draw inferences about people, content and contexts. Based on these information-gathering and model-building efforts, VPAs can predict users' needs, build trust and ultimately act autonomously on the user's behalf.

Having our phones predict the exact information that we need, when we need it, is already a theme major tech companies have implemented into smartphones to a small degree. But each is making big moves to expand their VPAs, too.

What Apple's doing
Last year, Apple made headlines when it was discovered that the company was diving further into neural networks (a type of machine learning where computers use algorithms to process information in similar ways that our brains do) to make Siri's voice recognition much smarter. 



IMAGE SOURCE: APPLE.

More recently, though, Apple's made a handful of acquisitions that could beef up Siri once again -- and lead to Gartner's prediction of smarter VPAs. In October, Apple purchased natural-language speech recognition company VocalIQ, which made a form of artificial intelligence (AI) that actively learns from conversations, as opposed to just listening. The technology could help boost Siri's ability to understand the meaning behind what someone is saying, instead of simply what a person is saying. 

Apple also recently picked up the deep-learning company Perceptio, which built a system that allows AI to run in apps without having to collect massive amounts of user data. Perceptio was working on technology that helped AI classify photos without being told what they are. But the technology could be applied to other areas where a phone needs to learn something new without specifically being told. 

Aside from its acquisitions, Apple has also made several recent hires in artificial intelligence as well, including a deep-learning expert from NVIDIA. Of course, not all of Apple's AI moves are geared toward Siri, but considering the iPhone accounts for 63% of Apple's revenue, you can bet the company is working toward ensuring its phones outsmart other VPAs. 

What Alphabet's doing
Alphabet's Google already implements neural net processing in some of its apps, like Google Translate. This allows the app to translate images of a language instantaneously into another language, all without having to access the Internet for information.



IMAGE SOURCE: GOOGLE.

Similarly, the Alphabet's Google Photos app uses a deep-learning system called TensorFlow to categorize images in the app (like pictures of beaches), so users can find images they're looking for much faster. 

But Google isn't just interested in deep learning and neural networks to power Photos and Translate: The company also uses its AI systems to become the best predictor of what users want as well. Google relies heavily on all of the information from its other apps, Gmail, and online searches, and then offers up predictive information through Google Now. 

As an article in SearchEngineLand recently mentioned, "Google Now is fully cloud-based. Whatever it learns on any device or in any way you interact with Google all goes into a common profile in the cloud." 

So, Alphabet's Google is already using cloud-based information to power Google Now, and as the company dives into more cloud-based neural networking, you can be sure Google Now's predictions will get even better.

What Microsoft's doing
Microsoft has already tapped into neural networking with its Skype app, which can help translate different languages in real-time conversations. And Microsoft's virtual assistant, Cortana, uses natural networks for speech recognition as well. 

But the company continues to expand its AI focus, and earlier this year, Microsoft Research revealed that its deep-learning system was able to identify a set of images, within 1,000 possible categories, better than humans. Microsoft's deep learning system had an error rate of 4.94%, while humans had an error rate of 5.1%.



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As with Apple and Alphabet, Microsoft isn't expanding its use of neural networks and deep learning just so users can have better photo classification. Eventually, the company wants to use these systems to infer what information users want from their mobile devices. 

Microsoft's Cortana uses cloud-based information to help it understand what users are asking, and pulls information from Bing searches, emails, and Web-browsing history to help it understand what users want. As more of Microsoft Research's findings are put to use with Cortana, the company will be able to expand its VPA's ability to better predict what users want.

No clear winner yet
It's hard to say which platform is expanding its neural-networking expertise better at this point. Right now, virtual personal assistants still feel a bit like a nice-to-have feature, but they aren't critical in helping users get things accomplished throughout the day. Still, if these tech companies continue to pursue neural processing, deep learning, and other AI systems, then they'll likely be one of the most important aspects of our future devices. 

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A Handy Visual Guide To Twitter Lingo

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A Handy Visual Guide To Twitter Lingo #twitter #socialmedia

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Importing MultiTerm Termbases with non-matching index entries

Video answering this question as part of the FIT Congress 2014 Q&A sessions for tool vendors - "How can I import terms from a Multiterm glossary that has English index entry names to a glossary...

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How to work with multiple termbases in Trados Studio (by Jayne Fox)

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Some people collect medals, coins or stamps – I collect termbases. I find that a good termbase or glossary is an essential tool to keep translations consistent and correct. But rather than referenc...

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Jayne Fox explains the benefits of using multiple termbases in SDL Trados Studio projects and provides a number of links to useful articles to help set up termbases this way.

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Marketing Terminology 101--Terms You Need to Know

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Marketing terminology 101 includes definitions and explanation of the key terms you need to know to start actively marketing your business.

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Charles Tiayon's curator insight, September 18, 2014 11:18 PM

The field of marketing is a lot like other specialty fields. There are industry terms for everything. It helps create order and ensure that when marketers talk and share ideas, they’re discussing the same ideas. Jargon, aka industry terminology, helps create communication shortcuts.

If you’re not a marketer, you need marketing terminology 101. As a business owner and marketer, understanding the basic marketing terminology and definitions can help you strengthen your own marketing strategy and plan.  When you’re out there networking and trying to uncover the best resources for your company, understanding some of the terms will help you ask better questions.

Content

Anything you read, view, or interact with online can be considered content. A picture published on your blog or social media page of you shaking hands with a customer is content. It might be categorized as “visual content,” which is different from a blog post, press release or an email message, but it’s still content.

Because there are so many different formats, content is now subcategorized. For example, you might see the following categories:

-  Visual content – infographics, memes, cartoons, photos, etc…
–  Print content – blog posts, articles, case studies, press releases, etc…
–  Audio content – podcasts, MP3 recordings, etc…
–  Video content – YouTube, Vimeo, and Vine are all video content creation and sharing tools.
–  Blog content – Blog content can be print, video, audio, visual, etc…
–  Social media content – Tweets, Facebook posts, comments, etc…

The list could go on and on. In fact, more than 100 different types of content have been identified. They include everything from a 140 character Tweet to a 140 page, or longer, eBook. It’s all content.

As a marketer and business owner, it’s essential to understand that content is considered to be virtually any information that you share with your audience. Its goal can be to educate, entertain, inspire, motivate, persuade, inform or something else altogether.

Content Marketing

Content marketing is the practice of using content, in any of the many formats and subcategories mentioned above, to connect people to your business. Let’s back up for a minute and talk about marketing specifically. Marketing is really about generating awareness for your company and getting people to take action. It’s typically created to achieve a specific goal – to generate leads or to convert those leads. It’s also used to build relationships and create customer loyalty.

Content marketing then uses content to connect your business with your target audience and customers.

Inbound Marketing

Inbound marketing is about marketing tactics that help your customer find you. It replaces or supplements the practice of seeking customers through activities like cold calling, advertising, or direct mail. Inbound marketing involves creating and publishing or sharing valuable content for your customers. You promote the content through a variety of methods that can include blogging, email, social media, even advertising and direct mail too.

The effect of providing and promoting your content builds relationships with potential customers, and thus pulls them to you. The goal is to get them to visit your website, sign up for a free consultation, or become part of your community.

Inbound marketing strategies are used to achieve a number of lead generation goals including:

-  Increasing and creating brand awareness
–  Improving search engine optimization
–  Building a reputation as a credible and authoritative resource

Inbound marketing builds trust. As you provide value-driven content to your audience, prospects learn to turn to you for information, and eventually for products or services. It’s also a more subtle form of marketing.

It gets through the walls that people put up to shield themselves from hard and more intrusive marketing tactics. Let’s face it, we get tired of companies trying to sell to us and we tune them out. Inbound marketing is available at your prospect’s leisure. They seek it out and they can seek it out when they’re ready for it – 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Outbound Marketing

If inbound marketing pulls prospects to you, outbound marketing is the process of pushing your marketing outward in the attempt to connect with those businesses which may be interested in your products or services. Outbound marketing reaches out to prospects via advertising, cold calling, direct mail lists as well as other tactics.

The most effective marketers today employ a combination of inbound and outbound marketing tactics to build the most successful programs.  There are pros and cons to both inbound and outbound techniques but when you use them together, you get the best results.

Marketing Campaign

A marketing campaign is an organized and structured effort to achieve a specific marketing goal. A marketing campaign is comprised of specific detailed steps that can include a variety of marketing channels for a very specific purpose. For example, you may create a marketing campaign for a new product or service launch.  Each of the tactics in the campaign is directed at generating awareness and leads for that specific product or service.

Lead

A lead is someone who has shown interest in your company’s products or services. They’ve visited your website, signed up for your email messages, connected with you on social media or requested more information.

The majority of your marketing efforts will likely be to generate leads, which is to find organizations that are interested in what your business has to offer.

A raw lead is someone that is just a name and email address.  This kind of lead hasn’t been qualified.

A ‘qualified lead’ is a name and with contact information that meets some level of pre-established criteria.  Usually that criteria includes has a time-frame for purchase, has a budget, and has indicated they have a need that your product or service can solve.  There may be other criteria established, however, these are the initial points used to qualify the lead.

Lead Capture

Lead capture is actually a technique, and it’s more passive and less threatening than it sounds. To “capture a lead” means to get some sort of information from them that allows you to begin the process of building on your new relationship and specifically marketing to that individual.

How do you capture a lead? Through a call to action in your content, you invite or motivate prospects to share information with you. For example, you might give them access to an eBook, a consultation, or a promotional offer when they share their email address with you. You now have the opportunity to do what’s called “nurturing the lead.”

Lead Nurture

Once a lead has reached out to you and connected with you, it’s up to you to make sure they’re taken care of. That’s accomplished by following up with a consistent flow of valuable and credible information.  The concept is really about keeping yourself ‘top of mind.’

We’re all busy and have a thousand things on our mind at any one time.  And while the need for your product or service might not be that great today—meaning they’re not in enough pain to do anything about it or are prepared to spend money solving it—keeping yourself top of mind, puts you in a great position to capture that business in the future when the need is greater.

The goal is to build a relationship of trust so that when they have a need, they turn to your company for a solution.

Conversion

Conversion is action. When a prospect takes a desired action, that is a conversion. For example, when you invite someone to follow you on social media and they do, that’s a conversion. If you ask for someone to click on a link in your email and when they follow through, that’s a conversion. And of course when someone clicks on a “buy” link and becomes a customer, that’s a conversion too. Conversions are often the primary goal of your marketing efforts. A series of smaller conversions can lead to a larger one. A social media follow can lead to an email subscription, which can lead to a purchase.

You have to think in small steps as prospects go through the buyer journey.

From content to conversions, marketing terminology 101 makes it less complicated. Once you understand the basics, it’s much easier to begin to build your own powerful lead generation strategy where you can also establish the measurement criteria necessary.

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Translating Excel files with embedded HTML content in SDL Trados Studio

Translating Excel files with embedded HTML content in SDL Trados Studio | NotOnlyTranslations | Scoop.it
Before you read this post, take a look at Paul Filkin's excellent post on this topic: Trados' default "Catch all" regex worked fine for us until now. But when an excel cells contains more complex H...

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Rémy Blättler explains how to process embedded HTML in Excel spreadsheets in SDL Trados Studio and provides a ready-made settings file that you can use for this purpose.

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Thank you for the detailed information

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(EN) - Glossary of Photographic Terms | all-things-photography.com

(EN) - Glossary of Photographic Terms | all-things-photography.com | NotOnlyTranslations | Scoop.it

"This Digital Dictionary is on hand for whenever you come accross a photographic term you don’t understand. Refer to it often and you will quickly master the “language” of digital photography, particularly useful when reading magazines or learning editing programs."


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If You Have A Mac, Memorize These 13 Keyboard Tricks Now

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If you're going to spend your life with your hands hovering over a keyboard, you might as well do it right. Or at least make the experience as tolerable as possible.

And while most Mac users know basic keyboard shortcuts -- command + "X"...

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10 Best Shortcuts To Add To Your Right-Click Menu

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You may have noticed that your context menu (the menu which appears when you right-click an item on the desktop) is not a static entry. Instead it changes based on the software you add or remove.


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5 Great Online Tools for Creating Infographics

5 Great Online Tools for Creating Infographics | NotOnlyTranslations | Scoop.it

Professional infographic designers rely primarily on a core vector graphics software program to create their infographics designs. The main advantage is that all the icons, charts, images, illustrations, and data visualizations are treated as separate objects that can be easily moved, resized, overlapped, and rotated. 


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Melissa Marshall's curator insight, October 15, 2014 12:56 AM

These tools are mostly web-based and provide ways in which students can visually represent their ideas. 

Stephan Hughes's curator insight, October 21, 2014 9:27 AM

Getting students to create infographics and using them ourselves to present information are more than justifiable reasons for these kind of tools

Isabelle Heymans's curator insight, November 8, 2014 4:43 AM

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