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SDL Trados 2006: Multiterm 7 or 2007?
Thread poster: Emma Gledhill
Emma Gledhill
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Sep 21, 2007

Hello everyone

A slightly urgent question I'm afraid. I have SDL Trados 2006 and my account area has both Multiterm 7 and Multiterm 2007 available for download. I do not currently have any instances of MT installed on this machine. Given the choice, which version should I opt to install? I want the easiest life and as little hassle as possible since I will be installing for a specific job with a tight deadline that has supplied an mdb file that MUST be used. Also should I install the build 759 patch first?

Thanks in advance!

Emma


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Emma Gledhill
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Update... Sep 22, 2007

For the time being I've installed MT 7.1 because time is not on my side, but I just cannot get it to integrate properly with Workbench and Tag Editor - I've added more info on Neal's related thread:

http://www.proz.com/topic/81557


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