Error when trying to import a file in Studio 2009
Thread poster: Mark Hemming

Mark Hemming  Identity Verified
Russian Federation
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Apr 13, 2010

When trying to import a file in Studio 2009 (.doc) I get the message "file type not supported". I'm using the trial version but have 5 days left. Any ideas appreciated!

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Astrid Elke Witte  Identity Verified
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Could you please clarify what you are trying to import, and into where? Apr 13, 2010

Hi Mark,

I do not quite understand your post. What are you trying to import, and into where?

To import into a Studio translation memory, you will need a .tmx file.



Astrid


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Mark Hemming  Identity Verified
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Open document menu on first page Apr 13, 2010

I'm trying to translate a .DOC file, and when I try to open it from the front page (open document icon) I get the error message.

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ottovar
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Check box Apr 14, 2010

Have you already verified in Tools, Options, File Types if the check boxes for the Microsoft Word files have been ticked?

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