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Importing glossary lists into babylon
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Paul Morris  Identity Verified
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Spanish to English
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Jan 29, 2005

Finding (or rather rediscovering) the babylon dictionary/glossary software.

Does anyone have any idea how to import a glossary from word or excel format? for example if I have a table in word (French and English columns), can I import this straight into babylon without having to type in each entry individually.

Thanks, from someone who really should be out on Saturday night, but still.

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Gerard de Noord  Identity Verified
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German to Dutch
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Download Babylon Builder Jan 30, 2005

Hi Paul,

Download Babylon Builder. Import a tab-delimited TXT file in Babylon Builder. Name the glossary. Click build in the the third screen. Voilà, you have your own Babylon glossary.


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