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CFK TRAD France Local time: 02:29 English to French + ...
Jul 2, 2009
I have installed Trados 2007, and one of my clients has sent me a TM, saved as a TXT file. However, I'm unable to import it into Trados TMs. When I run the "import" operation, all I get is a message stating "0 Translation Unit read, 0 Translation unit imported". Of course, there are many TUs in this TM (more than 4,000 TUs).
When I have imported TMX TMs in the Workbench, everything worked fine.
Can anybody tell me: 1°) How I can solve the problem and successfully import the TXT file into Trados TM; 2°) If there is a software to convert TXT TMs into TMX, because maybe, if I'm lucky enough to convert the file into a TMX, then I'll be able to import it just like any other TM.
Many thanks in advance,
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