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Can I convert a MultiTerm 2014 termbase to MultiTerm 2011 for use with Workbench 2007?
I did a previous job for this customer using Studio 2014 and MultiTerm 2014 for the 2 termbases I was provided with. Now I am required to use Workbench 2007 instead, but have these termbases in MultiTerm 2014 format. So I wonder if I can convert them to MultiTerm 2011 format? And then use them in Workbench 2007?
I tried now and it seems to work at least to add the MultiTerm 2014 termbase to Workbench 2007 without receiving any error messages. I'm not sure yet that the term recognition function will work though.
[Edited at 2015-02-08 17:15 GMT]
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