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Create TM after beginning editing: Studio 2014
Thread poster: Elizabeth Joy Pitt de Morales
Elizabeth Joy Pitt de Morales  Identity Verified
Local time: 04:02
Member (2007)
Spanish to English
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Apr 20

Hi All,

I'm editing a translation project with around a dozen files. With some of the files already edited, I ran into some others that were not completely translated. The PM is going to send me a new packet in which all the files will be completely translated, and asked me to create a TM so that the work I've done so far is not lost.

My Trados skills are basic, and I have no idea how to create a TM in this situation. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Liz


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Amnon Shapira  Identity Verified
Israel
Local time: 05:02
Member (2011)
English to Hebrew
Creating a TM Apr 20

Hi Liz,
If I understand you correctly, you have worked without a TM at all.
In this case,
While your file is opened in the Editor window, nevigate to the Translation Memory tab at the lower left corner of the navigation pane and klick to open it.
In the TM page, klick on the New icon and follow the instruction to create a new TM.
Now, each of your files have a bilingual version designated as xxxx.sdlxliff
While your TM is opened in the TM window, look for the Import tab.
Klick it and choose the bilingual (sdlxliff) to import.
Do it, one at a time for each of your files.
Good luck


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