How can I update my TM with specific match rate segments?
Thread poster: jakehj03

Local time: 09:44
Apr 18, 2013

Hello everyone,

It's good to meet you and my pleasure to post some questions in this forum.
Today I've got a request from our manager. He tossed a translated ttx file and said to me.
"I need some translations in this ttx file. What I needed is translations from 95% match rated ones to 99 % match rated translations. Therefore, you should make a new TM that has included the data. Also you don't need to update the 100% match translation.

And then, I checked all of the options in trados workbench, but can't find the way for our manager's request:(.
So, I decided to post my questions here and hope somebody give some kind and helpful answers for me.
Thank you for your attention on my humeble question and appreicate it in advance for kind assistance.


Jorge Payan  Identity Verified
Local time: 20:14
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German to Spanish
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TRADOS version? Apr 19, 2013

This data is completely necessary for getting any answer


Local time: 09:44
I'm using trados 2007 Apr 19, 2013

@ Jorge Payan

oops sorry about that, I'm using Trados 2007.


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