How to convert excel glossary into a multiterm glossary?
Thread poster: Rocío Boada del Sol (X)

Rocío Boada del Sol (X)
Local time: 03:11
English to Spanish
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Mar 15, 2004

I have an excel glossary to convert into Multiterm.
I have tried the macro provided in the yahoo group TW_users (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/TW_users/files/Macros/Macros%20from%20Users/), but I do not know exactly how does it works.
Can somebody tell me how to use it or how to convert the file? I know that you can convert it doing some steps (adding a ** column, etc., but I don't remember how exactly).
Thanks a lot in advance!!


 

Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 03:11
English to German
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Which MultiTerm version? Mar 16, 2004

Hi Rocío,
You didn't indicate which MT version you want to use - the procedures are different.

The conversion procedure for MT 5/5.5 is explained in this article on the Trados Knowledge Base.

MTiX comes with a separate import utility (MTConvert) where the import process is supported by a wizard.

HTH, Ralf


 


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