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Ricardo Duran
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Jan 28, 2006

I should need to know how to get the CAT software "FlexiTrans". I´ve looked for it everywhere and I seem not to be able to find it nor to discover which company releases it. Any help will be much appreciated.

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Pilar T. Bayle  Identity Verified
Local time: 21:03
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I believe it's gone Jan 28, 2006

I think it belonged to a translation company that was bought by Berlitz. I am talking about 8 or 9 years ago. And since then, it has basically dissapeared. That's all the info I have.

Nevertheless, you can always do a search of translators who use it and ask them directly.

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xxxOlaf
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It was sold by Berlitz years ago Jan 28, 2006

FlexyTrans is very similar to Catalyst. Berlitz used to license it to some vendors. There's a full version for agencies and a lite version for translators. By the way, FlexyTrans saves all translations in a Microsoft Access database. So if you want to reuse an existing database, all you have to do is rename the file extension to .mdb and open it with Microsoft Access.

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