How do I convert an 'old' MultiTerm database to a MultiTerm iX Termbase
Thread poster: janneke (X)

janneke (X)
English to Dutch
Mar 19, 2004

It's been a few years since I worked with MultiTerm, so I am used to simply opening mtw files. Now I find that I should convert the old MultiTerm database to a file that is compatible with MultiTerm iX. On this forum I find several references to MultiTerm Convert, and the MultiTerm Help also refers to it, but does not include any information about it. Where can I find this tool? Is it incorporated in MultiTerm iX? If yes, where? I have MultiTerm iX 6.260.267.

Please note that I have al the neccessary 'old' MultiTerm files, I just cannot seem to find this MultiTerm Convert tool.


 

Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 05:31
English to German
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Part of the MTiX installation Mar 19, 2004

Hi,
MTConvert is installed with MTiX 6.2.0.267 or higher - see Start - Programs - Trados - MultiTerm. It's a separate program, so you won't find it within MTiX.

HTH, Ralf

[Edited at 2004-03-19 16:21]


 

janneke (X)
English to Dutch
TOPIC STARTER
makes sense Mar 19, 2004

found it, thanks!

 


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