Version 1.2 of TransTools+ introduces a new powerful tool for batch-processing of multiple documents using TransTools+ functionality: Document Processing Tool...

May 29, 2019

Version 1.1.3 of TransTools+ has been released. It includes minor improvements in all TransTools+ tools...

April 24, 2019

Version 1.1.2 of TransTools+ has been released. Multiple Find & Replace tool has been updated: search results are now shown with surrounding context so you can make a decision much quicker....

April 18, 2019

Version 1.1 of TransTools+ introduces a new must-have QA and formatting tool for Microsoft Word users: Multiple Find & Replace tool...

March 21, 2019

TransTools+ logoI am very excited to announce a new addition to the arsenal of professional translators, editors, copyeditors and DTP specialists: TransTools+ ...

November 20, 2018

Screenshot: Strange symbol exampleAs translators, we deal with written text all the time. In the digital world, text is represented using the Unicode standard which encodes the individual graphemes of all written languages and can be considered the Bible for anyone dealing with electronic text. And since the job of the translator is to transpose text from one language to another, we must use the proper Unicode symbols to do that. In this article, you will learn how to identify any Unicode symbol that you encounter in electronic documents in order to decide whether it should be retained, removed or replaced in the translation...

January 20, 2015
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Using the keyboard instead of the mouse is one of very effective ways to increase productivity. This article explains how to assign a key combination to a standard Microsoft Word command or a custom Word macro...

May 09, 2010

Article imageIf you want to find text in Microsoft Word, you may be tempted to click Find button in Word ribbon, or press Ctrl+F. This opens the Navigation Pane which is not convenient for finding text. Instead, I recommend you to use Find & Replace dialogue...

May 01, 2010

Translating Excel spreadsheets is pretty easy. All you need to do is translate text in individual cells and then format the spreadsheet for the target language user. However, sometimes your spreadsheet will contain charts, making translation more complicated. This article will help you understand and master charts so you can easily translate even the most advanced varieties...

April 18, 2010
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