Thread poster: Jacqueline Joëlle Cimatche
I have just received a translation project in PDF format. when I try to open it in TagEditor, I receive the following error message: " (8003) tagEditor is unable to open this document because the file type is not recognised"
I need your help in this since I must deliver this project tomorrow by midday.
Thank you for your help.
I use SDL Trados 2007 Freelance
| | Marijke Singer
Local time: 12:30
Dutch to English
| Abby FineReader || Aug 5, 2008 |
I recently updated to version 9 of this package (which you can do instantly on the web) and it is really good to convert pdf files to Word.
| | Claudia Alvis
Local time: 07:30
| Automatic search || Aug 5, 2008 |
Jerzy's right, this question has been asked ad infinitum. If you had used the search question you probably would have found this:
Tadzio Carvallo wrote:
You have your own OCR if you're using Microsoft Office
START > PROGRAMS > MICROSOFT OFFICE > MICROSOFT OFFICE TOOLS > Microsoft Office Document Imaging
· Extract the images and save them as .TIFF
· Open Microsoft Office Document Imaging
· Import the first image
· Click on the icon "Recognize text using OCR"
· Now you can copy the text manually using the arrow "Select" or clicking the icon "Send text to Word"
A tip: Import .TIFF images one by one.
Not so long ago I suggested to have an automatic search function before a new thread is started. We already have it in the KudoZ system. Before a question is submitted, an automatic search is performed with the asked term or words, and the results are displayed above the search section. It could also be implemented into the Forums system, couldn't it?
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| | Amy Duncan
Local time: 10:30
Portuguese to English
| New threads for old topics || Aug 6, 2008 |
I've seen a lot of people complain about this, but I have a different view. First of all, it's no quick and easy task to search the forums for a topic, in fact it can be very time consuming. Second of all, a new thread about an old topic may turn up new solutions. My feeling is, if you don't want to read about the topic again (even with a new twist), you can always change the channel.
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