Error message 1443059460 during cleanup
Thread poster: Karin Walker
Karin Walker  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 10:58
German to English
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May 3, 2004

Hi all,

I am trying to clean up a file and at the last minute WB refuses to clean it properly. The log file says:

________________
(1443059460): Can't process RTF format
File skipped!

(statistics)

Cleanup finished. Warning: 1 error occurred (see above for details)!
_________________

The file remains the way it is, with both German and English segments visible. I have no idea what to do and don't really want to go through removing all the German bits. I'm sure there's a solution to this. (It is a DOC file, not an RTF file so I am a bit confused as to the reason given in the log file...)

Thanks for any help.
Karin


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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 10:58
English to German
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Manual cleanup May 3, 2004

Hallo Karin,
You can "force" a manual cleanup using the tw4winClean.Main macro. Note that your TM will not be updated this way, nor will a backup copy be created, so it's best to make a copy of the uncleaned document before running the macro.

Concerning the file itself: have you tried to save it as RTF? If that doesn't work in Word (e.g. as a result of inflating file size due to graphics in the file, which RTF cannot handle as well as Word), you know where the problem is...

HTH, Ralf


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Karin Walker  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 10:58
German to English
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Thank you! May 3, 2004

Ralf Lemster wrote:

You can "force" a manual cleanup using the tw4winClean.Main macro. Note that your TM will not be updated this way, nor will a backup copy be created, so it's best to make a copy of the uncleaned document before running the macro.

HTH, Ralf


Thank you so much; I never even thought of macros, I still think they are bad things that mess up your computer

Is there any way I can put the segments into the TM afterwards? Bit of a shame to *lose* that work.

K.


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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 10:58
English to German
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Hence the backup copy May 3, 2004

Hi again,
Thank you so much; I never even thought of macros, I still think they are bad things that mess up your computer

Some of them are, but not all of them...

Is there any way I can put the segments into the TM afterwards?

Well, if you translated the document using TW, you'll have most of the segments in your TM anyway - all that's updated during cleanup is whatever you edited after that without opening segments and saving the changes.

Bit of a shame to *lose* that work.

Hence my suggestion to create a backup file, and to try alternative ways to run the cleanup (possibly via RTF) when there's no deadline looming...

Best regards, Ralf


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