How do I convert or export my Studio 2014 files so they can be used in Trados 2007 or 2009
Thread poster: E. Novesky

E. Novesky  Identity Verified
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Jan 29, 2014

I just got Trados Studio 2014, but my client still uses Trados 2007. When I sent them my completed files, they were not able to review them (they asked for clean and unclean, but I can only send them clean). My exported TM doesn't even work for them, because the segmenetation is different. When I try to use the SDL TTX it! tool, I get an error message that says "Settings file invalid or not found".. any ideas? I just bought this software and am very frustrated!
Thanks.

[Edited at 2014-01-29 16:09 GMT]


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Robert Rietvelt  Identity Verified
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Not Jan 29, 2014

I am not the biggest expert in the field, but for as far I know you can convert from 2007 to Studio (did it myself), but not the other way around.

If your client works with Trados 2007, I would suggest you do the same.


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E. Novesky  Identity Verified
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Too late Jan 29, 2014

I already spent the money on Studio 2014 (didn't have any Trados before), and I'm working on a Windows 8 computer, does Trados 2007 even run in Windows 8? I was told I might have problems, even if they could provide me with the Trados 2007.

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Lorenzo Bermejo
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SDL Legit will work Jan 29, 2014

hi, if you go to the Welcome tab in Studio 2014, you will find the Open-exchange app SDL Legit. this app has the possibility of creating bilingual Trados 7-like word docs using a .sdlxliff file.
do give it a try, it should work.
there are also other apps on Open-exchange that will let you convert Studio TMs in Trados 7 TMs.

good luck!


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Emma Goldsmith  Identity Verified
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LegIt app Jan 29, 2014

E. Novesky wrote:

I just got Trados Studio 2014, but my client still uses Trados 2007. When I sent them my completed files, they were not able to review them (they asked for clean and unclean, but I can only send them clean).


This shouldn't be a problem. Go to SDL Open Exchange, download LegIt and convert your file to bilingual doc or ttx.
http://www.translationzone.com/openexchange/app/sdllegit-453.html?c=44265#44265

By the way, Trados 2007 will run in Win 8. You need to make sure your Office version is 32-bit. But I wouldn't recommend going that way. You made the right decision to get Studio 2014.


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Daniel García
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Try with SDL Legit Jan 29, 2014

I think that the tool you would need is "SDL Legit"

http://www.translationzone.com/openexchange/app/sdllegit-453.html

I haven't tried it but it seems to do what you need.

There is also an article about it in Paul Filkin's blog:

http://multifarious.filkin.com/2013/09/30/life-without-trados/

I hope this helps!

Daniel


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