Create a excel glossary from TRADOS 2007
Thread poster: Sandrine Zérouali

Sandrine Zérouali  Identity Verified
Algeria
Local time: 05:26
Member (2008)
Spanish to French
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Dec 5, 2011

Hello everybody,

I have to translate a document with Tageditor/workbench. The client asked for a TM in Excel. Can you tell me how I have to do to create a glossary from Trados 2007?

Thank you very much for your answer.



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Heinrich Pesch  Identity Verified
Finland
Local time: 06:26
Member (2003)
Finnish to German
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Wrong Dec 5, 2011

Ask them what they really want.
When you translate using a tool like Trados 2007 the TM is built simultaneously. This TM you can deliver in different formats, but never in Excel.
If they want a glossary, this means extra work for you. A glossary is a dictionary in the form of a two column table or a database (Multiterm with Trados).


 

FarkasAndras  Identity Verified
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TMX Dec 5, 2011

Ask them if a TMX will be suitable. It's easier for you to generate and probably easier for them to use. There are ways and means of converting a TMX file to XLS, but the metadata will be lost (obviously).

 


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