SDL Trados 2014 and default file types
Thread poster: Morar Bras

Morar Bras
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Jun 11, 2014

Hi everyone,
I've recently upgraded from SDL Trados Studio 2009 to 2014 and most things are working fine apart from one very annoying problem that I can't find a solution to.
About 99% of the files I work with are either mif 9.0 files or docx Word files. When I'm preparing a project, these 2 file types never show up in the default list of file types, which means that I have to manually add the file type each time, otherwise the file to be translated is marked as 'Untranslatable' (reference).
Does anyone know of a solution?
Many thanks!


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