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Problems with Wordfast Translate using BMT, VLTM
Thread poster: S Trueman
S Trueman
Local time: 17:09
French to English
Mar 24, 2006

I've just installed Wordfast, and can't obtain automatic translations or any translations using the BTM or VLTM.
Does anyone know where the BTM file should be pointing to (file name etc). Any general advice on how to setup the VLTM - as I've followed the instructions and that too doesn't load.

Wordfast has been installed in the Ms-Word/Startup folder.

Thanks


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Gerard de Noord  Identity Verified
France
Local time: 18:09
Member (2003)
German to Dutch
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VLTM is for registered users Mar 24, 2006

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/wordfast/ would be a better place to ask these questions. BTM and VTLM are advanced functions and not too many Wordfast users know about them or use them extensively.

Is the regular TM function working properly and have you read the first 30 pages of the manual? Are you a registered Wordfast user? You need to be to use the VLTM. Did you reorganise the TM on the BTM tab. A BTM has a different index.

Regards,
Gerard


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