QA check in DV X3 with MS Word spell checker
Thread poster: Matthias Brombach

Matthias Brombach  Identity Verified
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Dutch to German
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Jan 14

Dear colleagues,

my QA run in DV X3 always involves a last check for spelling errors (F7). Maybe I recall it wrong, but didn´t in the past already confirmed segments lose their "confirmed" status, when I change a word in the segment with that tool? I wonder whether I unvoluntarily have changed anything in the settings I´m too blind for to see where. When fumbling manually in confirmed segments (i.e. by mouse), the segment will lose its "confirmed" status as usual. Any suggestions,
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Dear colleagues,

my QA run in DV X3 always involves a last check for spelling errors (F7). Maybe I recall it wrong, but didn´t in the past already confirmed segments lose their "confirmed" status, when I change a word in the segment with that tool? I wonder whether I unvoluntarily have changed anything in the settings I´m too blind for to see where. When fumbling manually in confirmed segments (i.e. by mouse), the segment will lose its "confirmed" status as usual. Any suggestions, please? Thanks!
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