RE: translation software
>Justin Kelley wrote:
>Anyone have experiences/stories about translation software? My company is
>considering it for the next release of our product.
This has been discussed on several forums. The consensus is that there is no
"Translation Software" that is able to replace the human translator. There
is software that aids the translation process but you still need someone to
review and tweak the final product. The best thing to do is to find a
reliable translation house or vendor to translate your documentation.
If you need additional information please let me know.
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