Pascal Zotto Austria Local time: 02:35 Member (2009) Dutch to Letzeburgesch + ...
Oct 11, 2010
Trados 2009 SP3
Multiterm 2009 SP3
I got a file from a client for a translation with about 600 terms in it which I want to import in order to use it for the translation but to no avail... when trying to import it always show
0 entries imported
I've been trying for 2 hours now and need it done urgently...
Edit: forgot to say that file has been successfully converted with Multiterm converter, so it's really only the import that does not work, format is correct.
[Bearbeitet am 2010-10-11 21:23 GMT]
Edit2: SOLVED! found the hint using google and landed in the non-English part of Proz:
my fields were named: German, French, Italian, Dutch...
and in the file from the client: Deutsch, Französisch
changing the names (titles of the column) to my names was the solution.
[Bearbeitet am 2010-10-11 21:41 GMT]
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