Trados Freelance 6.5 Help importing glossaries /dictionnaries
Thread poster: abiggers

abiggers
Local time: 04:03
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Apr 12, 2005

I bought Trados Freelance two weeks ago. I have found the manuals/user guides very frustrating to work with.

Here is my issue: I saved on my deskop dictionnaries that I have been able to find on the web. For better access, I would like to organize them. I 'd like to use Multiterm to create multiterm termbases. How do I do that? What would be the steps?



Thank you in advance.


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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
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Tutorials / File Format Reference Guide Apr 13, 2005

Hi Amal,
I bought Trados Freelance two weeks ago. I have found the manuals/user guides very frustrating to work with.

The tutorials are a good way to start; also, the File Formats Reference Guide gives a good overview of workflows for different file types.

Both will have been installed with the software.

Here is my issue: I saved on my deskop dictionnaries that I have been able to find on the web. For better access, I would like to organize them. I 'd like to use Multiterm to create multiterm termbases. How do I do that? What would be the steps?

To give you a definitive answer, we would need to know which format these termbases are in. On a general note, MultiTerm has a conversion utility called MT Convert, which allows you to import from Excel or tab-delimited/comma-separated files.

Best regards,
Ralf


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