Import Trados TM into SDL?
Thread poster: Rutger Cornets de Groot

Rutger Cornets de Groot  Identity Verified
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Sep 18, 2008

Hi,
I am running SDL Trados 2007, version 8.0. My client sent me an ITD file, and I would like to use a TM that I created in Workbench. My question is, how do I use this TM file, which I have both as txt and tmw file, with SDL Edit? Put differently, is there a way to convert the TM file to an MDB file?
Many thanks for your help!


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Rutger Cornets de Groot  Identity Verified
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Sorry to have bothered you guys Sep 18, 2008

After having waited a while for answers I understand now why I didn't get any... A clear case of RTFM! In the manual, I was pointed at the Maintain feature, and it did the trick for me. Thanks for helping me by remaining silent!
Kindly,
Rutger


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Stanislav Pokorny  Identity Verified
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RTFM... :) Sep 20, 2008

Anyway, you can also export your Workbench TM into TMX and import the TMX in MDB (SDLX TM format).

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