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I've been working on a PDF document with lots of images and when I try to save the target content, I am unable to. The screen that appears says the following: Failed to save target content: The illustration <shape name="138352"> was moved between paragraphs.
I have moved said shape to the beginning of the paragraph in the target segment, but I am unable to move it in the source segment. Do you know how I can fix this?
Thank you in advance for your time!
Dear Elizabeth Jean Leah Peters,
For each PDF file you work on in Studio, you will find a DOCX file in the source language folder of your project. This file is created by Studio when you read in the source file.
I think it would be best that make a copy of that file, rename it to some other name and then add it to your Studio project. Then, try immediately to save a target file. If this fails, remove the problematic image from the source file and add it to your project again.
Annette (from Manfred's account)
I can't thank you enough! I've just done everything you said and it worked brilliantly! You are right, I had forgotten that a Word document is created in the Source folder when you upload a PDF file. I took that file and saved it to a separate folder, then added it to my project and voilá :-) I'm happily into revision stage and I'm confident I'll get the file to my client on time.
Thank you again, Annette! You're a lifesaver!!!
I have a similar problem, but this solution for me needs to spend a lot of time to edit segmentation in the new file. there is not any other solution?