SDL studio 2009 TM: how to apply a project's TM to another project
Thread poster: coolcheng

coolcheng  Identity Verified
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Feb 21, 2012

I received a project package from my client, I just opened it and transalted in SDL studio 2009 without creating TM , after finishing the project,

Now my client send me another new similar project package to be transalted.

How I get the TM from the previously translated project package, and how I apply the TM to the new project.

please help me, thanks so much!


 

Carolin Haase  Identity Verified
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Create a TM then import Feb 21, 2012

Hi,

I think you create a TM and then import the data from your .sdlxiff into the new TM.

Best
Carolin


 

coolcheng  Identity Verified
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Thanks Feb 21, 2012

Carolin Haase wrote:

Hi,

I think you create a TM and then import the data from your .sdlxiff into the new TM.

Best
Carolin



Thanks carolin,

I also find other method, just go to (project setting) to add old translation TM

Br,

Cheng


 


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