Instructor: Andie Ho, CT. Andie is a certified French-English translator and editor based in the Houston area. She holds a Master’s in Translation from Kent State University and began her career as a project manager before becoming a full-time freelancer. She specializes in translating for the food industry, and uses her math background to translate the occasional math and scientific text.
Live session: Tuesday, February 8, 2022, 2 PM – 4 PM New York time. Recording provided.
Past participants in Andie’s classes say: “I feel so much more confident using certain functions in Word now and started using them right away. I feel that I am spending less time on formatting, my documents look better, and my level of frustration with complex tables and bulleted lists is way down!” “I really appreciated the way Andie geared the tips to the needs of translators. I also appreciated the way she would “table” a question for later, then research it thoroughly, then return the next time with a complete explanation.”
Description: Do you spend hours formatting Word documents instead of translating? Does your text jump around for no apparent reason? In this two-hour master class, you’ll learn to use tables and tab stops to create tidy formatting, wrangle headers and footers, and delve into some lesser-known features that every efficient translator should know.
Registration includes the live master class on Zoom, plus the recording.