Is it possible to split a merged file back into its original files?
Thread poster: pjg111

pjg111  Identity Verified
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Apr 24, 2012

Hi everybody,

After you've merged files in a project into a single sdlxliff file, is it possible to split that file into as many files as originally?

Many thanks in advance for your answers.

Cheers.

PG


[Edited at 2012-04-24 00:37 GMT]


 

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Local time: 09:52
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of course... Apr 24, 2012

Hi,

It is pssible to merge many different types of files, so excel with word with indesign for example, into a single sdlxliff. Once you are finished translating them as a single file they will be saved as seperate files again when you finalize the project... or save the target files.

Set up a little test and see what happens.

Regard

Paul


 

pjg111  Identity Verified
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English to French
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Thanks. I will give it a try asap. Apr 28, 2012

SDL Support wrote:

Hi,

It is pssible to merge many different types of files, so excel with word with indesign for example, into a single sdlxliff. Once you are finished translating them as a single file they will be saved as seperate files again when you finalize the project... or save the target files.

Set up a little test and see what happens.

Regard

Paul


Thanks, Paul. I will give it a try as soon as I have time and a batch of a few files. I'll make sure to let you and everybody know of the outcome.

Cheers.

PG


 


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