How I'll save the .itd files into .xml?
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keshab  Identity Verified
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May 19, 2007

Hello All,

At this moment I am in a serious trouble. I have translated a .xlif file with the help of sdlx 2005 trial version. Everything was going fine but the problem arises at the time of saving the file. I knew that the sequence is: File> Save as>pop up window opens where I'll find .xml or .xlif as type of files. But alas! there's only three choices: .itd, .ttx, *all files*. When I select *all files* and put the .xml extension at the end of file name, the xml file created but cannot open.
How I can create an effective xml file from .itd file?
Please advise.


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Roberta Anderson  Identity Verified
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File > Create translation May 19, 2007

Try using the File > Create translation command - that will convert back the translated itd file in the format of the original document.

Hope this helps,
Roberta


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Thanks May 19, 2007

Thank you very much Roberta! It works nicely.

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