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A.Đapo  Identity Verified
Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Nov 2, 2005

Hello
Since I am new in Trados and now I need to translate Power Point doc, I would appreciate some help.
I have prepared doc : analysed and pretranslated it and when I open it I cant open the strings because I have a message: The system cannot find a specified path and then it gives me the path to the word doc I worked on a few days ago? Is there something I should have done?
Does anyone know what could be a problem. Thank you
Amra


 

Robert Zawadzki (X)  Identity Verified
Local time: 21:23
English to Polish
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Do not open it in Workbench Nov 2, 2005

Open Workbench and then open your PPT file with TagEditor

 

Peter Linton  Identity Verified
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May take a long time Nov 3, 2005

Robert is right - use TagEditor. You may find that it takes a long time - many minutes - to load, and you may even get "Program not responding". This is normal. Take a coffee break.

Save regularly as Bilingual, when finished, save as Target.


 

A.Đapo  Identity Verified
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thank you Nov 3, 2005

Thank you both for your help.
It is a bit slow but I will get used to it.


 


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