Import semi-colon CSV file into Trados 2011
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Jul 8, 2013

G'day everyone

One of my Trados 2011 clients sent me a semi-colon delimited CSV file that appears to contain translation memory entries. How can I convert this file to a TM in Trados 2011? Is this a standard or common export format for Trados 2011?


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Look at the CSV filetype... Jul 8, 2013

... make sure the columns for source and target match that of the CSV and then just open it. Once open you have an sdlxliff and you either update your TM using a batch task or import the sdlxliff into a TM... or convert the sdlxliff to TMX using an OX app.

You can find a little info on how to deal with this here :



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