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Keeping Up with Eclipse - Part 1 - ARCHIVED PERMANENTLY

Date:            Tue, Feb 26th, 2008 8:30:00 pm Eastern Time
Presenter:   Michael Starkman
Price:            $49
CEUs:            .2
Recording:   Yes, 10 days after live event occurs

These webinars are centered around the most important changes that have been added to Eclipse dating back to Version 2.0 and extending through the current Version 4.2. We tell you about them and we show you how to use them. Even better, we show you how to find out for yourself what's been added to each new release of the software.



 

Every year a new version of Eclipse is released. There are easily a hundred or more new features or enhancements in each release, all of which are designed to help improve your editing efficiency, overall productivity, and the accuracy of your translations.

But what are these changes and how will they help you? How do you discover what new things have been added and how they work? Our users ask these questions all the time because they want to take advantage of the new features and technologies in Eclipse.

Well, when you ask, we do our best to respond. We have the answers to those questions and much more. Join us for the inaugural edition of a new webinar series, Keeping Up With Eclipse, one devoted entirely to the many new features and enhancements that are continually being added to Eclipse CAT software.

These webinars are centered around the most important changes that have been added to Eclipse dating back to Version 2.0 and extending through the current Version 4.2. We tell you about them and we show you how to use them. Even better, we show you how to find out for yourself what's been added to each new release of the software.

Because so many important features have been implemented over the years, several webinars will be required to cover them all. So keep an eye on your email because we'll be announcing more of these in the coming months.

This webinar will focus on these features, all of which have been either added or vastly enhanced in recent generations of Eclipse.


  • Speaker list. Getting speakers defined, changing speakers, grouping them, even assigning unique colors. You'll love the enhancements they've made to this feature.

  • List misspellings. Our spelling checker started out as a sweeper, one that moved forward, hopping from correction to correction. Then we added the read-along feature, which allows you to read and edit while spell checking. Then came the batch edit, which is called "List misspellings". It's a great way to view all of your corrections and then take action.

  • Dictionary filters. Want to quickly and easily find all of your conflicts? Or all of your entries that are four or more strokes? Or all of the entries you haven't used for the past year? Learn how you can use the powerful new Eclipse dictionary structure and filters to analyze your writing. You'll see better results and you save time editing.

 


  • The steno tips dictionary. A free Eclipse dictionary containing over 12,000 single-stroke briefs and phrases. How's that for saving energy! We'll show you how to get it and how to get the most out of it.

 


  • Personalized toolbars. That's right. You can customize to your heart's content. Resize them, move them, add tools, subtract tools, or dock the toolbars. It's easy and we'll show you how to do it.

 


  • Recent file menu. How nice it is to look in one place and find the 18 most recent files you've opened, alll shown in chronological order.

 


  • User settings buttons. Handier'n a pocket on a shirt. There you are, in the middle of the Translate dialog, got your dictionaries all added, got your block files all selected, and you realize that you need to check a setting. Used to be you had to back out of the dialog, go to User settings and do what you had to do. Not anymore. There's a User settings button built right into the dialog. And that's not the only place . . .

 


  • Global dialog shortcuts. Jeremy Thorne, the man who thinks all this stuff up, is a wizard when it comes to keyboard economy. If there's a shorter, faster way to do something, one that saves keystrokes or mouse clicks, he's added it. Well, he's worked some additional magic in the global dialog. Find out how to save yourself keystrokes and time!

 


  • Zoom, zoom, zoom. Wanna make it bigger? Or smaller? With just a keystroke or two? We'll show you how to do that in documents, dictionaries, and notes. Oh so easy!

  • Fill in the blanks shortcuts. Need to add the time of day in documents. How about using some special characters? We'll show you how to use them in the Form fields, more commonly known as the Fill In The Blanks.

 

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