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Getting Started with memoQ for Translators

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How to set up your own project, work with terminology management, and understand the basics of quality assurance.

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Angelika Zerfass
Angelika Zerfass

Angelika once earned a degree in translation for Chinese and Japanese, but moved very early in her career to the more technical side of the translation business.

Angelika has been a trainer for translation tools for the last 20 years and has worked with memoQ since the tool came to market in 2006.

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