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Aug 23, 2016
Reminder: web search tutorial this Friday!
Time is running out to register for Michael Farrel's webinar this Friday on the basics of IntelliWebSearch, a scripting tool that runs under Windows and enables multiple, simultaneous web searches using text selected in any application.
I used to be rather sceptical of this sort of tool, but in the past several years (since a similar, less powerful feature was introduced in memoQ) I have found this to be among the greatest contributors to me research and translation productivity. This saves time and reduces my work fatigue over the course of a long day.
The online workshop is free to IAPTI members and very affordable to everyone else (USD 25 or a bit less if you are a member of a partner association.
There will be a more advanced presentation to follow in September, which does not require participation in this one, but which does assume that you know the basics of IWS.
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