Why doesn't Studio identify the correct file format?
Thread poster: xxx2nl
xxx2nl  Identity Verified
Local time: 05:14
Jun 25, 2015

I received three DOC files. I've opened them and I've hidden all text. Via F/R I've marked all highlighted text with the font attribute 'Not hidden'.

When I import these files in Studio 2014 (latest updates), the correct file format is not recognised (instead it tells: Workbench bilingual or something like that). Why's that? I cannot override this message or manually set the correct file format.

I've also saved as DOCX and repeated the import: to no avail.

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Albert G
Local time: 07:14
German to Russian
File type settimgs Jun 25, 2015

Go to File-Options-File types- Microsoft Word 2000-2003-Common
Check Process file with tw4winMark style
Then create new project. Hope it works.

Best regards

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