Trados and HTML files
Thread poster: Martine Etienne
| To begin with... || Sep 15, 2002 |
Just open MultiTerm if you have a term base, then WorkBench, and create a TM just as you would with Word files. Then open Tag Editor. From the Tag Editor menu, pick File, Open, browse till you get to the file you need to translate and save it as a bilingual (.ttx) file (you\'ll see the option). The rest is pretty straightforward (you\'ll get the same commands as in the Trados tool bar in Word, like open, set/close next open/get, etc.)
[ This Message was edited by: on 2002-09-15 01:48 ]
| | Rita Damo
English to Spanish
| Use TagEditor || Sep 15, 2002 |
You need to use TagEditor, which is designed for translating and editing tagged text files as HTML, SGML, XML.
Launch Workbench and TagEditor (and MT), and open your document in TagEditor, that\'s all.
| THANKS TO BOTH OF YOUR || Sep 15, 2002 |
I have tried and it is simple and it works. Thanks a lot.
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