Creating memory from uncleaned Trados file
Thread poster: Bodil Little

Bodil Little  Identity Verified
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Apr 19, 2005

A client of mine insists on receiving my Trados memory for one particular file. I have used my gigantic medical memory on her translation and do not wish to send my entire memory to her. Is there any way I can create a memory from the one uncleaned file to send to her? I have Trados Workbench 6.5, OS:XP, Word 2000.
Thanks very much in advance.
Bodil Little, Denmark.


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xxxIanW
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Create a new memory Apr 19, 2005

Yes, there is an easy way: create a new memory, clean your uncleaned file into it and then - hey presto - you will have a memory which contains only the file in question.

Hope this helps


Ian


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Thank you! Apr 19, 2005

Dear Ian!

Couldn't be more simple. Thanks SO much; really handy to know this.
Have a nice day.
Bodil


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