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I am trying to import a bilingual docx-file to Trados 2011.
The file has been translated Trados 2011, and reviewed as a bilingual file in Word, I have accepted/denied all Track changes instances, and the plan was to then import the file to the project in Trados 2011. I have tried the options "Open file", and "Add file". I can open the file, but both source and target are displayed in the source column in Trados. Does anyone know how to do this?
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The file you are describing was created using the SDLXLIFF Converter for Microsoft Office. The way to import this back in again, with or without Track Changes, is to use the same application thta was used to create it.
There is a video here that may shed some light on this for you.
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