How to import CSV file into Multiterm?
Thread poster: Joanne Parker

Joanne Parker  Identity Verified
Local time: 22:51
Member (2002)
German to English
Apr 23, 2003

Hello,


I know it\'s possible to import CSV files into Multiterm and have searched on the Yahoo TW_users boards and postings here. However, I seem to be stuck in some sort of registering loop on the Yahoo site and can\'t get past being a guest member.


Please can someone explain how you do this? I don\'t have time to waste any more time on the Yahoo website.


Thanks very much in advance,


Joanne


 

lisa23
Germany
Local time: 23:51
English to German
+ ...
Import to Multiterm Apr 23, 2003

Two weeks ago, I had a huge xls file to import. I used the procedure indicated here (it worked perfectly):


http://support.trados.com/view.asp?cntID=827


I think you can apply this procedure to the csv file as well. Good luck!


Regards, Elisabeth


 


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