Multiterm 2009 termbases
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Oct 1, 2011

I created a Multiterm 2009 termbase. It has a .xcd format. SDL Trados 2009 won't accept this format because "it was created with and old version of Multiterm". It accepts only .sdltb and .mdb formats.

I checked and my version is up to date. What can I do?


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MultiTerm Convert... Oct 1, 2011

Hi,

An xcd file is the settings file resulting from the use of MultiTerm Convert. This is not a MultiTerm Termbase.

If you have not actually converted anything then maybe try again using SDL MultiTerm Desktop. If you deliberately used MultiTerm Convert then you need to take the files and use these to create your Termbase in MultiTerm Desktop.

Sorry if I have misunderstood you, but perhaps the video here will help you, prepared by Nora Diaz and very easy to follow:

http://noradiaz.blogspot.com/2011/08/importing-excel-glossaries-into_03.html

Regards

Paul


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slddb termbases Oct 1, 2011

Thank you very much. Now I have it.

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