problem with word 2007 documents
Thread poster: Dimitris Papageorgiou

Dimitris Papageorgiou  Identity Verified
Local time: 19:42
English to Greek
Sep 29, 2011

Whenver i open a word document for reading(NOT FOR TRANSLATION), when i close it, i get the following message in the end:

Do you want to save the changes to TRADOS

Probably, the above makes sense when i translate in word using TRADOS but i cannot explain why

this message appear in instances completely unrelated to translation.

I just open word 2007 documents for reading and nothing else.

Any ideas?


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Nora Diaz  Identity Verified
Mexico
Local time: 10:42
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English to Spanish
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Trados Template Sep 29, 2011

This has something to do with your Trados template (tradosX.dotm). Maybe you've seen the same question about normal.dotm from time to time. The template is a Word add-in, and it loads whenever you open Word, so you don't need to actually translate anything for something to potentially happen to the template.

Whenever I see this message I just choose not to save any changes to the template and proceed as normal. I'm sure there's probably a more elegant/permanent solution, but I've tried replacing the template with a fresh copy and the problem still crops up from time to time, so that doesn't seem to be the perfect answer.


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