Using TMs created with Translator's Workbench in SDLx
Thread poster: Tamara Zahran

Tamara Zahran  Identity Verified
Local time: 10:24
English to Arabic
Apr 29, 2008

Hi All,

I have huge TMs created with Workbench, one of them for technical translations. I currently have a big project for which I must use SDLx, and I was wondering if I can use those TMs with SDLx, and if so how?

Thank you for your help.

Regards,
Tamara


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Oscar Martin
Spain
Local time: 08:24
English to Spanish
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Exporting Apr 29, 2008

Hi,

Open Workbench and export the memory in txt or tmx format. Then, open SDLX and the Maintain tool. Create a new translation memory and import the exported txt or tmx file into SDLX.

Regards,

Òscar


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Tamara Zahran  Identity Verified
Local time: 10:24
English to Arabic
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Thanks a million Apr 29, 2008

Really appreciate it. Many thanks

omartin wrote:

Hi,

Open Workbench and export the memory in txt or tmx format. Then, open SDLX and the Maintain tool. Create a new translation memory and import the exported txt or tmx file into SDLX.

Regards,

Òscar


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