Viewing TM as a list
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Taylor Kirk  Identity Verified
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May 20, 2008

Probably a very elementary question, but how can I view a TM given to me as a list?

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Grzegorz Gryc  Identity Verified
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External tools... May 20, 2008

taylorreigne wrote:

Probably a very elementary question, but how can I view a TM given to me as a list?

E.g.:
http://www.apsic.com/en/products_xbench.html
http://www.translate.com/technology/tools/Olifant.html
http://www.terminologymatters.com/quintilian.html

Cheers
GG


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Hynek Palatin  Identity Verified
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Other options apart from the external tools May 20, 2008

In Workbench: File - Maintenance - Begin Search (you can set the number of translation units processed at a time)

In SDLX: Open the TM in Maintain.

[Upraveno: 2008-05-20 22:44]


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Grzegorz Gryc  Identity Verified
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Maintain... May 20, 2008

Hynek Palatin wrote:

In Workbench: File - Maintenance - Begin Search (you can set the number of translation units processed at a time)

If the TM is very large, it's not very friendly.

In SDLX: Open the TM in Exchange.

You think about Maintain?

Cheers
GG


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Hynek Palatin  Identity Verified
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Maintain May 20, 2008

If the TM is very large, it's not very friendly.


I agree.

You think about Maintain?


Of course... Thanks!


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Soonthon LUPKITARO(Ph.D.)  Identity Verified
Thailand
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Web browser etc. May 21, 2008

If your TM is in *.tmx format, you can open with a web browser e.g. Internet Explorer
If it is in Trados *.txt format, you can open with Notepad.
If it is in Workbench, you can open with Excel (as delimited file format) to see in many columns.
If it is in *.csv format, you can open with Excel.
If it is in *.xls format, you even import to SDLX Maintain and see it.
In either way, you can import it to MS Access, Multiterm, SDL Termbase etc.

Regards,
Soonthon L.


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