Interaction between Multiterm and Word
Thread poster: Paula Mahler

Paula Mahler
Argentina
Local time: 14:12
French to Spanish
+ ...
Oct 9, 2011

Hello,
I am currently editing an academic text in Spanish and not using Trados at all. I use Word 2003. When I close the Word program a legend appears: Do you wont to save the changes in Multiterm8.dot? I am not using Multiterm...Do you know why? Do you know what should I do?
Many thanks,
Paula


 

Nora Diaz  Identity Verified
Mexico
Local time: 11:12
Member (2002)
English to Spanish
+ ...
This is caused by template handling in Word Oct 10, 2011

Hi Paula,

The Multiterm.dot(m) and Trados.dot(m) errors are pretty much the same as the normal.dot(m) errors that occasionally happen in Word. Even if you're not using Multiterm or Trados, the templates are loaded every time you open Word. The error may be due to a faulty Word process or to a corrupt template.

When this starts happening too often with any of the three templates mentioned above I replace them with new copies and usually the problem will go away.

In any case, there is no need to save anything, so just click No or Cancel when Word asks if you want to save the changes to Multiterm.dot(m).


 


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