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mpazolivares
Mexico
Local time: 21:46
Member (2009)
English to Spanish
+ ...
Nov 22, 2009

It is the first time that I try to use Multiterm 2009. I just converted a Glossary in an excel file to XML (with Multiterm Convert) in order to use with Multiterm, then I imported the xml to add it to the new created termbase... So now it is supposed to be OK, but it only displays the Source term, there is no trace of the target term (even though I set it English - Spanish)
Please, help!!!


 

Stanislav Pokorny  Identity Verified
Czech Republic
Local time: 04:46
English to Czech
+ ...
First row in Excel Nov 22, 2009

Hi Maria,
what does the first row in your Excel file say?


 

mpazolivares
Mexico
Local time: 21:46
Member (2009)
English to Spanish
+ ...
TOPIC STARTER
First row. Nov 22, 2009

The first row says English... and the second row "spanish"
The excell has only two columns....
Thanks!


 

Stanislav Pokorny  Identity Verified
Czech Republic
Local time: 04:46
English to Czech
+ ...
Should be working then Nov 23, 2009

But have you defined the index labels English and Spanish during the TDB creation?
During the conversion definition, have you defined both English and Spanish as Index fields?


 


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