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Indesign CS2 - DTD settings - TagEditor
Thread poster: laurenzze2000
laurenzze2000
Local time: 17:36
German to French
May 22, 2006

I want to translate an Indesign CS2-file with the TagEditor 7. I have already exported an inx.-file from Indesign an tried to open it in TagEditor. But then comes this message:
"this document contains the unknown DOCTYPE declaration element "docu". A DTD settings file has not yet been defined for this document type. Would you like to specify the settings file now?" How can I do that??? Please help!


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Jerzy Czopik  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 17:36
Member (2003)
Polish to German
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InDesign CS2 support was added with the latest Trados version May 22, 2006

As you did not state your exact version of Trados I suppose, that your version does not yet suport inx files.
In such case you would need to update to the latest Trados version.

Regards
Jerzy


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laurenzze2000
Local time: 17:36
German to French
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Trados version 7 May 23, 2006

Hallo,

I used Trados 7.1.0 Build 20. Should I have to buy the latest version to translate .inx-files? I thought it was possible up to version 7???

Thank you in advance for your answer.


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