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Multiterm conversion into tdb (Deja Vu)
Thread poster: Csaba Ban

Csaba Ban  Identity Verified
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Jun 18, 2004

Is there a way to convert Trados Multiterm (5.5) databases into DV3-compatible .tdb files?

I am afraid there is not, but maybe there is a wizard out there with a magic wand...


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Aliseo Japan  Identity Verified
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I may help you Jun 18, 2004

Csaba Ban wrote:

You can use a small .mdx file that you can download from the DV Yahoo group. I can send it to you if you provide me with yout e-mail address, along with the necessary instruction. I have been using this procedure since some years now and it works very well and swiftly.

Regards

Mario Cerutti



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