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Thread poster: Pamela Brizzola

Pamela Brizzola  Identity Verified
Italy
Local time: 15:33
Member (2004)
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Jun 28, 2005

I've used MultiTerm iX for months, but today a client has sent to me a database having .mtw extension. This is a MultiTerm 5 database which I'm trying to open from Options > Term Recognition Options > Multiterm version.
When I select MultiTerm 5, a message is displayed saying I have to open MultiTerm database manually. The client says that it should be under my Trados folder, but I cannot see it.
Has anyone encountered the same problem in the past?
Thanks in advance
Pamela


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Vesna Zivcic  Identity Verified
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German to Croatian
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Use Multiterm Convert to convert the file to mdb. Jun 28, 2005

Hello!

You can find Multiterm Convert as follows:

Start / Programs / Trados / Multiterm folder / Multiterm Convert

After you get a mdb file, open MTiX and attach it.

BR,

Vesna


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