Conversion .xls to .mdb multiterm base
Thread poster: Luminita Duta

Luminita Duta  Identity Verified
Romania
Local time: 11:41
French to English
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Apr 19, 2006

Good morning to everybody!

I'm a beginner in translations. I use TRADOS 6.5 and Multiterm 5.5.
I received a glossary in .xls format from my client and I don't know how to convert it in a termbase in .mdb format, so as to use it in my translation.
I will be grateful for any help.
Thank you.

Lumi


 

Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 10:41
English to German
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.mdb vs. MT 5.5 Apr 19, 2006

Hi Luminita,
I use TRADOS 6.5 and Multiterm 5.5.
I received a glossary in .xls format from my client and I don't know how to convert it in a termbase in .mdb format, so as to use it in my translation.

MultiTerm iX (MT 6.x or 7.x) uses termbases in MS Access format (.mdb); MultiTerm 5.5 cannot handle them.

See the Trados KB article 827 for details on how to convert into .mtw.

HTH, Ralf


 

Luminita Duta  Identity Verified
Romania
Local time: 11:41
French to English
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I made it!! Apr 19, 2006

Dear Ralf,

Thank you a lot for your indications!
I converted the .xls file into .mtw one!

Thank you again and Thanks to the creator of this site!

Lumi


 


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