1. Select the word(s) to be translated             ( in pdf & office documents, web pages etc. )
2. Press the shortcut key  F1
( the default key may be changed by the user )
(with/without morphological analysis)
English-Latin DictionarySelect 'Engl-Lat' in the Tray Menu.
The ToolTip Dictionary uses the clipboard to acquire the word(s) that are to be translated. Therefore it can operate on any written text that supports the "Copy" function: simple text, office documents, pdf files, web pages etc.
The tooltip definition is placed at the down-right corner of the mouse pointer so that it can be displayed wherever wanted [/ space available]. When the larger output definition pushes the tooltip's buttom margin out of the screen, place the mouse cursor on the upper part of the screen before pressing the dictionary's translation hotkey ( F1 - by default ).
By enabling the Send to NOTEPAD function, the searched definitions are enlisted in a text file to be stored and/or edited. When first checked "Send to NOTEPAD", a "Save as" dialog will prompt for the sodales text file name and location.
Uncheck to skip texting, recheck to resume.
[In order to create a new words list text file, simply close the windowed dictionrary and reopen it. When first checked "Send to NOTEPAD", the "Save as" dialog will prompt you once more, for the new file.]
One may print from within NOTEPAD, or may copy/paste the text file's content to an enriched word processor and optimize it's format for printing.
In NOTEPAD you may edit (add/delete) your material and copy/paste it wherever needed. Just to be noted, the translation can be copied directly from the dictionary's translation field.