D j. Vu X installation and Getting Started Guide



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On the File menu, click New, or click the 

 button on the toolbar.

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Double-click Project, or select it and click OK.



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The New Project Wizard appears.



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Click Next.




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The wizard prompts you to create a project.



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Click Create, select a directory in which you want to have the project 

saved (for this exercise we will save it in the My Project folder), and 

type a name for the project—for instance, Printer Manual.




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Click Open.



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Click Next and select the source language and the target language(s) 

for your project. To select the target language(s), you can either 

double-click on it/them or select it/them and click Add




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Click Next and select an existing translation memory or create a new 

one.

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For this example, create a new translation memory. Click Create.



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Give the database an appropriate name—for instance, Printing—and 

select the folder in which you want that database to be stored (for 

this exercise we will save it in the My Project folder).




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Click Open and Next and then select or create the terminology 

database for this project.

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For this example, create a new terminology database. Click Create.



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Give the database an appropriate name—for instance, Printing—and 

select the folder in which you want that database to be stored (for 

this exercise we will save it in the My Project folder).




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Click Open and Next. A dialog is displayed in which you can select 

the file(s) that must be translated.

 

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Click Add, select the My Project folder, and double-click on 

sp720.rtf.




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Click Next. A dialog is displayed in which you can select a client and a 

subject for your project.

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The New Project Wizard displays the current settings. 




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If you want to change any of the settings, you can click Back

otherwise click Next. The wizard displays the progress of the import 

process.


During the import process, Déjà Vu X Professional performs the 

following tasks:

filters the text to make most formatting codes hidden and 

inaccessible.

replaces character formatting codes with placeholders 

("embedded codes") that are difficult to delete by accident.

splits paragraphs into sentences according to the set of rules and 

exceptions specified under Options (for more information on 

this, see Sentence Delimitation in the Translation Features 

chapter in the User’s Guide).

builds the project file with all the source sentences in one column 

and an empty column for (each of) the target language(s).




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Click Close when the process is finished. The main interface of Déjà 

Vu X Professional is displayed with the imported file in the File 

Navigator pane on the right.

Translating the File

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Double-click on the file name. The display of the file should look 

similar to this:



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Notice the {1} symbol at the beginning of the second sentence. This 

is what we call an embedded code. An embedded code contains 

formatting information that is inside the sentence.

In this case, {1} contains formatting information for the table cell in 

which the sentence appears. In most cases, you do not need to know 

what the embedded code contains, as long as you maintain its correct 

place in the translated text. For example, if a word has an embedded 

code on each side, we can probably assume that, in the source text, 

this word is marked as bolditalics, etc.

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Locate the source sentence in the table.

If you are not at the beginning of the file, use the table scroll bar to 

move to the beginning, or press Ctrl+Home to jump to the first line.



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Click on the first sentence in the table and place your cursor in the 

target column.

Enter the translation and press Ctrl+DownArrow to move to the next 

sentence. You will notice that a check mark (

) appears to the left of 

the translation to indicate that you have translated this sentence.

The second row contains embedded codes. Déjà Vu X Professional 

displays a warning symbol (

) to remind you to copy the embedded 

codes from the source to the target.

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To copy the embedded codes:

Press F8 (or Ctrl+D).





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