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Has anyone had occasion to use the software tool for interpreters called Interpretbank? I'd like some information about its usefulness.

asked 13 Mar, 09:00

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I am using it. Quite happy with it especially since version 5 has been published. I find it quite useful, especially in preparing my glossaries. I do look up terms in the booth too, even if not frequently. Do you need specific info? If you do not need specific feedbacks, you can just try it yourself. At www.interpretbank.com you can download a demo version.

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answered 23 Mar, 15:48

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edited 23 Mar, 17:18

There is also Interpreters' Help. It is web base, so you don't need to download anything and you can access from everywhere. There is also a Glossary Farm were you can upload/download glossaries. The free version has no time limit. Take a look! https://interpretershelp.com

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answered 13 Mar, 15:11

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