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Thread poster: Francisco Mar Rubio
Francisco Mar Rubio  Identity Verified
Switzerland
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Oct 31, 2006

Dear friends,

I received the Multiterm files from an agency in order to translate a small sentence. I tried to open my Multiterm 7.0 but though I am not connected to the net, it ask my the password to access remotly. I just want to open the files I received and are stored in my computer.
Help!!!
Thanks


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Silvia Oviedo Lopez  Identity Verified
United States
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Open the file with the notepad Nov 17, 2006

Hi,

If you're confi with code you can try opening the file you received with the notepad. There you can look for that piece of text and translate it. Save the file and send it back.
If not, why don't you try asking them for a username and a password to make the necessary editions?
Hope it helps,

Silvia.


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Francisco Mar Rubio  Identity Verified
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Thanks a lot Nov 18, 2006

Thank you very much!!!

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