Trados Studio Workshop at the ATA Conference in San Francisco

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I will be teaching a 3-hour, intermediate/advanced-level Trados Studio workshop at the ATA Conference in San Francisco on November 2. The workshop is part of the Advanced Skills & Training (AST) Day that takes place on the Wednesday right before the actual conference starts. Note that you must also register for the conference in order to attend the workshop.


The main topics covered are:

  • Translation memory management (import, export, translation memory fields, filters, and translation memory QA)
  • Quality assurance and customizing QA settings, including the use of regular expressions
  • File type settings and advanced editor features, such as auto-propagation and display filter using regular expressions

Participants are also encouraged to submit in advance their own questions and requests for additional topics.

For registration and additional info, see the ATA Conference website (note that the discounted early registration ends on 9/23). If you have any questions about the content of the workshop, feel free to contact me directly.

I will also be demonstrating Trados Studio as part of “The CAT Show: Demos by CAT Tool Users (Déjà Vu, memoQ, Trados and Wordfast)” presentation on Friday afternoon (11/4) from 3:30-4:30. The purpose of this demonstration session is to make it easier for potential users to compare these four tools and put their questions to  experienced users.

If you are coming to the conference, be sure to check out the NCTA Conference blog for local info and tips (including the NCTA Pre-Conference Tour de Marin bike ride on Tuesday!).


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