Microsoft Word and Trados
Thread poster: Maria Paz Olivares

Maria Paz Olivares
Mexico
Local time: 01:45
Member (2009)
English to Spanish
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Aug 6, 2009

For some inexplicable reason I can´t open the docs that I received form the client in Tag Editor (my pc collapse every time) so I have decided to work in Word with Trados (no problem so fa to open the docs) but I really don´t now how to save the document in TARGET AND SOURCE (as in Tag Editor) and how to clean the doc. Please help! Thanks a lot

 

Anna Sylvia Villegas Carvallo
Mexico
Local time: 01:45
English to Spanish
In order to open .doc in TagEditor... Aug 6, 2009

Convert your .doc files into .rtf files. Once done this, TagEditor will open your Word documents.

That's it.

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Maria Paz Olivares
Mexico
Local time: 01:45
Member (2009)
English to Spanish
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Thanks Aug 6, 2009

Thanks Tadzia! Finally I managed to convert them!

 

dearme
Germany
Local time: 08:45
Problem opening local termbases Aug 9, 2009

I tried everything... nothing helps.
Got windows vista, microsoft word 2007 and multiterm 7.1
cannot open local termbases, which I created in Word!!! they are just NOT in the list of the local termbases, only the sample.
What do I do??
PLEASE HELP!!!

[Subject edited by staff or moderator 2009-08-09 11:41 GMT]


 


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