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I know that MultiTerm 2007 is not supposed to work with a Vista 64-bit system (according to SDL). But with SDL Trados 2007 Suite tag editor and TTX files, terms can be passed to MT 2007 and also looked up. It is also possible to add terms directly in MT. As well, you can import terms from Multiterm 6.2 using the XML format. Everything seems fine. However, terms imported in this way won't be recognised by Workbench, although terms in the same termbase which are not imported ARE recognised.
It's an interesting, but perplexing problem. Has anyone any ideas?
System: Windows Vista 64 bit SDL Trados Translator's WB 8.3 (Build 863) Multiterm 184.108.40.2064 (Build 448) SDL Trados Tag Editor 220.127.116.113
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