Adding files in SDL 2009: doc or sdlxliff what to use?
Thread poster: Vincent Lemma

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Nov 17, 2011

Hi all,
Though a translator for quite a while noe, I am just learning the ropes of SDLX 2009. I've been using 2007 up until now; and Wordfast.
So I am creating a project and I must add files. The client gave me both the .doc and sdlxliff versions of the same source documents; but I don't know which files I must add to the project list.
Any clarifications as the SDLX manual is really poor (in my opinion) at providing an explination.

As Dr. McCoy from Star Trek would
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Hi all,
Though a translator for quite a while noe, I am just learning the ropes of SDLX 2009. I've been using 2007 up until now; and Wordfast.
So I am creating a project and I must add files. The client gave me both the .doc and sdlxliff versions of the same source documents; but I don't know which files I must add to the project list.
Any clarifications as the SDLX manual is really poor (in my opinion) at providing an explination.

As Dr. McCoy from Star Trek would say: "Dammit Jim, I'm a translator and not a computer programmer".
TIA
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