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problem when analyse my file (Tag Editor 7)
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Marion Delarue  Identity Verified
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May 16, 2008

Hello,

When I analyse my file in Tag Editor, I get a note saying:

[50104]: Folder does not exist, was removed or renamed.

Does this sound to anybody?
It must be a stupid mistake of mine, I don´t know what to do...

Thank you


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xxxOlaf
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The folder for the analysis file no longer exists May 17, 2008

You most likely moved or deleted the folder that Trados usually saves the analysis log file in. Unlike most other programs, it won't create a folder that doesn't exist.
Simply pick a new location for the analysis log and the analysis should work.

Olaf


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avsie  Identity Verified
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Log file May 17, 2008

You might also want to check that the log file is still at the right place, if not, correct the path or create a new file. To know how to do this, check the documentation.

[Edited at 2008-05-17 09:30]


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Marion Delarue  Identity Verified
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problem when analyse my file (Tag Editor 7)" May 17, 2008

Thank you both.
I resolve the problem, you were right, it was because I had a wrong path for the log file.

Thks again


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