T-Window for PowerPoint - Trados 6 Freelance
Thread poster: Veronique Boulet

Veronique Boulet
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English to French
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Jan 6, 2006


I try to use T-Window for PowerPoint to translate a PPT file, but when I click on "Open", it appears a message error : (Sorry, it is in French) - Erreur d'exécution 91 - Variable objet ou variable bloc WITH non définie.

I have read carefully the "Help Guide", but I can't find where I should go to add these variables. Does somebody have already encounter this problem?

Thank you very much!


Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
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English to German
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Moving the thread... Jan 6, 2006

...to Trados Support - please use this forum to post Trados-related topics.


Vito Smolej
Local time: 00:25
Member (2004)
English to Slovenian
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This is a rather serious error ... Jan 7, 2006

The 91 error means some object, which the program would expect to exist, is not there - a null pointer message for those familiar with C. Simply said, your version of the environment has a serious problem and it does not/can not start the way it should.

I would in any case rather use TagEditor, but I suspect it could end up the same way.Anything else suspicious?


PS: could it be that TWB is missing/should be running !? I mean, I do not know how those extensions worked, but it quite probable they were late add-ons (in VB, as the 91 number indicates) playing the go-betwens for TWB and Office products

[Edited at 2006-01-07 22:09]


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