change 5 default languages | export segments as table
Thread poster: Heiko Schmieder

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Jun 24, 2009


I searched in the SDL support but did not find a good answer for my 2 questions. Maybe someone can help.

Software: SDL Trados 2009

1. Is there a possibility to change the 5 languages which where configured during installation without deinstallation and a new installation? I want to remove one of the configured languages and add another one.

2. In Deja Vu there is a function to export segments as 2 column tables (e.g. EN - DE). If you have for example a user manual in MS Word you can export it via Deja Vu as a two column table and translate it external without repetitions and afterwards you can import it again. In other words you can translate it without the CAT tool and don't have to translate the repetitions - Deja Vu is adding some code / numbering to the lines and so knows how to 'reimport' the final bilingual table.
Now my question, is something like that possible in Trados (SDLX or Workbench)? To export segments as table and leave out reps?

Thanks in advance

with best regards

Heiko Schmieder

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