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Is it possible to mark words as "not for translation" in Confluence?

I would like to mark certain words that are not supposed to be translated in our Confluence articles. Our articles are exported and sent to an external agency for translation.

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Why don't you just underline/change their color, or you need something more visible/specific? :) 

Thanks. Yes, I was hoping for another solution.

I would like the article text to be locked for translation when our article files are imported into Trados.

For example article titles must not be translated. These titles have been translated by mistake (even if the agency is told not to translate them). Then the the articles will not appear as Help text when the user is pressing the F1 key.

Code text also need to be locked, as code examples in our articles have been translated by mistake.

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