Trados and MsAccess
Thread poster: Williamson
| | Williamson
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Flemish to English
To what extend are they compatible. If I make a terminology list in Access, can I import it in Trados. It is possible in Déjà Vu because DjV creates standard access database forms, but what about trados...
| Translators Workbench or MultiTerm ? || Aug 7, 2003 |
Do you like to import in Translators Workbench or in MultiTerm?
Access to Excel then:
For import to MultiTerm 5 u can use for example: T-Windows for Excel --> Tool --> Convert XLS to MultiTerm 5 Import Format.
For import to TWB then see here-> http://groups.yahoo.com/group/TW_users/
In the file section you will find some macros.
| Déjà Vu is based on Access.. || Aug 7, 2003 |
..but Trados is based on Word.
Nevertheless there are several ways to import Access lists (in text or memo format) into Trados:
Export it in 2 files, one for source text and one for target text and align them using WinAlign. This is particularly useful if your memo fields contain line breaks (shift + enter).
Export it into one tab-separated file, for importing it into a TM or into MultiTerm. In these cases you need another program or process to format the exported files in a way in which they can be imported.
You will find the how-to's for this step in several Trados places.
If you can't find a helpful how-to, simply export something from a TM or Multiterm and open it in a text processor to see how it is formatted (tagged). It is not very complicated, but you need a little bit of programming skill..
[Edited at 2003-08-07 13:19]
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