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How can I import a Deja Vu memory into a trados memory
Thread poster: materol
materol
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Feb 23, 2003

I have a problem with using trados:

I want to import a deja vu memory into a trados memory. How can I do it?

I tried to import it as a \"trados wb database with \"txt\" ending. But I couldnt import it into my trados memory.

Thank you for your help!!


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Marcus Malabad  Identity Verified
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try this Feb 24, 2003

Hi, I wrote a lengthy answer on how you can do this but the HTML coding messed up the characters. Contact me privately so I can explain better.

[ This Message was edited by:on2003-02-24 00:17]


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sylver  Identity Verified
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The easy way Feb 24, 2003

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On 2003-02-23 20:11, materol wrote:

I have a problem with using trados:

I want to import a deja vu memory into a trados memory. How can I do it?

I tried to import it as a \"trados wb database with \"txt\" ending. But I couldnt import it into my trados memory.

Thank you for your help!!





I would suspect the easiest way is to use DV to export a TMX memory, and import the TMX.



After all, TMX is the standard exchange format.

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Viktor Nikolaev  Identity Verified
Belgium
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DejaVu / Trados compatibility Feb 24, 2003

You can visit http://www.atril.com

and download \"The DejaVu / Trados Compatibility Guide\" (Word file, 16 pages).



I think it can help you.



Viktor









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