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Tags in a sentence are markers taken from the original text, which usually contain information about the formatting of a text fragment.

Tags look like this: {0}some text{/0}. The number in the tag refers to the order in which the tag appears in the source text. If you keep the tags in the translation, the formatting of the source text is transferred to the translated text, when a translation file is formed.

For example, the tags for Fe2O3 are:

{0} Fe{/0}{1}2{/1}{2}O{/2}{3}3{/3}


Likewise, if you copy the source text to the translation window with all the tags, the text in the resulting translation file will have the same formatting as in the source file.