IBM Translation Manager and linking a created translation memory with an imported translation file
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xxxAnniM
Local time: 08:39
Oct 4, 2011

I'm trying to do a test translation to a company using IBM Translation Manager and Xbench, but I've never even heard of the programs before and I'm supposed to learn to use them and do the translation in few days by reading the manuals.. I haven't even been able to open the translation yet, I don't know exactly why, have to keep reading the manual. As advised, I have created a new Translation Memory for the test translation that has been imported to the TM, but now I need to link these two together but I don't know how?

I don't know if getting an answer to this will help me any further, but I need to try. Thank you!


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