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Maria Folque  Identity Verified
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Feb 17, 2009

Hello everybody,

Sorry if this is too basic or too many times shown in this forum. But I do have a problem.

When I try to open a .doc document in TagEditor, the following message appears:

Error 80005 This Microsoft Word document cannot be opened due to tracked changes that have not been accepted.

I do not undestand the message !
What are these tracked changes ?

My question is:
a) Is this something I can do my myself ? ( and if so, HOW?)
Or
b) is this something that my customer has to solve , by sending me other file, a file which can be opened on my computer ?

Thank in advance for your answers !

Maria


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Try this... Feb 17, 2009

Hello Maria,

We have an article within the SDL knowledge base which should fix this issue. Please read the following article and follow the instructions provided:

http://talisma.sdl.com/article.aspx?article=2152&p=1

I hope this helps.

Many Thanks,

Gareth Powell
SDL Support Team


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Jule Eitel  Identity Verified
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Track Changes function Feb 17, 2009

Hi Maria,

a detailed explanation on track changes can be found here (it is a very useful function in word, especially if you do editing work):

http://www.shaunakelly.com/word/trackchanges/HowTrackChangesWorks.html#WhatIsTrackChanges

Have a nice day
Jule


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Stanislav Pokorny  Identity Verified
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Word Filter Settings Feb 17, 2009

Hi Maria,
you can either:
1) Open the DOC document, accept all tracked changes, save the document as RTF, open the RTF and save it as DOC again. The DOC should then open in TagEditor;

OR

2) Run the TradosFilterSettings.exe file (located in your Trados installation folder), select Word 2003/Non accepted or rejected changes in the list on the left and tick the "Process documents with non accepted or rejected changes" on the right. Then repeat the same for Word 2007 and press Save. The DOC should then open in TagEditor.


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Stanislav Pokorny  Identity Verified
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What are tracked changes? Feb 17, 2009

Open any Word document and press CTRL+SHIFT+E. Next, try to edit the document (add new text, remove existing text etc.) and see what happens. Any changes you make to the document will be highlighted, i.e. tracked. Very useful, especially for proofreading jobs.

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Maria Folque  Identity Verified
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"Again Error 80005" Feb 20, 2009

Dear Jule, dear Stanislav, dear Gareth,

Thank you for your support.

I wasn't realizing what "tracked changes" were. Ok . Obvious. Quite simple.

As to the 800005 error I've rather ask customer to send a "perfect" file.

The time spent with technical issues with origin on the customer side affects the time for a good translation on my side.

Thank you again.

You were very kind.
Maria


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Stanislav Pokorny  Identity Verified
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That's right Feb 20, 2009

Maria Folque wrote:

As to the 800005 error I've rather ask customer to send a "perfect" file.

The time spent with technical issues with origin on the customer side affects the time for a good translation on my side.


Absolutely.When I subcontract a job/project, I always make sure I send files that can be opened and translated. On the other hand, the subcontractor is required to deliver files that can be cleaned up and - if necessary - deliver a clean file and an updated TM.

Good luck!


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Thomas Zeisler  Identity Verified
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"Hidden" tracked change Dec 21, 2012

I had a document today with which none of the normal procedures would work.
In the above mentioned link to the SDL support there is a simple workaround which worked perfectly for me:

Workaround 2: Usage of Microsoft Script Editor:

Open the document in Microsoft Word
Go to Tools > Macro > Microsoft Script Editor
Use Edit > Find and Replace > Find to search for the string mso-prop-change; you should find something like:
...


Remove the part style='mso-prop-change:"John Johnson" 20071130T1052'"
Repeat this until you do not find the string mso-prop-change anymore
Save the document and close the Microsoft Script Editor
Close Micorosoft Word
The document should now open in TagEditor.

It does!

Thomas

[Bearbeitet am 2012-12-21 13:03 GMT]


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