Wordfast-PRO 5 (Just Released Brand New Version) – Level 2 Advanced Features

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120 minutes

Description

This course is about advanced settings and features related to the brand new version Wordfast-Pro5 (Just released) After having attended Course Level 1 (set for the previous week) you will learn more advanced features related to the software.
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This course is aimed at professional translators who have already attended Level 1 (Basic Features) or already now the basics of this software. It is also addressed to students who would like to learn more about these new tools.

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August 11, 2017

Trainer Bio

Paolo Sebastiani - Paolo Sebastiani is an English-Italian, French-Italian and German-Italian Professional Translator with over 15 years of experience in Italy and abroad. He obtained his first University degree in Foreign Languages and Literatures at the University of Urbino in 1991 and his second University degree in Political Studies, at the same University in the year 2000. He founded his Translation Agency, Eurolingua, in 1994 and since then has been working as translator, interpreter and Cat-Tool official Trainer. He has organized many in-person training courses about Wordfast, SDL Trados and Atril Dejavu in different Italian towns and as a ProZ.com Professional Trainer, has run many Wordfast-PRO, Wordfast-Classic and Wordfast-Anywhere training sessions for progressive knowledge acquisition with excellent feedbacks. Paolo lives in Rimini, Italy

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Anthony Presutto
over 1 year ago

I can't find Level 1 of this training in the video archive. Is it available?

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