mixed up TMs (and translator!)
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Lia Fail (X)  Identity Verified
Spain
Local time: 05:42
Spanish to English
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Oct 29, 2004

Windows XP. Word 2000. Trados 6.0

I am in the middle of a complicated move, so my concentration is shot to bits.

I am working on 2 complex texts that are completely different and using 2 different memories, and have realised that I have confused the translation memories, so now I have part of each in the worng memory.

How can I correct this in the simplest possible way?


 

mónica alfonso  Identity Verified
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English to Spanish
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Save each of the docs with a new name... Oct 29, 2004

then, clean each of them using the right memory for each.
The segments will be now in the right TM.
I don't think you will have much trouble doing this.
M


 

Lia Fail (X)  Identity Verified
Spain
Local time: 05:42
Spanish to English
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thanks! Oct 29, 2004

mónica alfonso wrote:

then, clean each of them using the right memory for each.
The segments will be now in the right TM.
I don't think you will have much trouble doing this.
M


Thanks Monica, that sounds dead simple:-)


 


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