How can I use a MultiTerm 6.5 export file in MT 5.0?
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xxxIsabela Card  Identity Verified
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May 3, 2006

Dear All,

I have a quetion concerning Multiterm. My version is 5.0.1.2.217 and now I got an .xml file to use with Multiterm 6.5. Is there a possibilty to convert this .xml file as to use with my version of Multiterm?

Thank you very much for your help.

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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
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Ask your customer to provide a MT5.x-compliant text export May 3, 2006

Hi Isabela,

I have a quetion concerning Multiterm. My version is 5.0.1.2.217 and now I got an .xml file to use with Multiterm 6.5. Is there a possibilty to convert this .xml file as to use with my version of Multiterm?

Conversion doesn't help, but you could ask your customer to export the termbase in MT5.x format.

HTH, Ralf


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