Thread poster: Leena vom Hofe
| | Stefan de Boeck
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English to Dutch
The easiest way to get there is to use the default HTML export definition.
You can copy (if necessary) the entire HTML into word; and from there each column into excel.
The harder (and less elegant) way is to force your export straight into an excel map (use -I think- tab delimited, not csv in customized export) after which you'll need to delete quite a few columns entirely.
For both exports: all fields (index AND descriptive) need to have a value: if not your columns will be useless (unless you exclude fields that haven't all been given a value from the export).
Anyway: you'll get there, I'm sure.
| Open a new MS Word document... || Mar 23, 2007 |
Open the MultiTerm you need to export.
Go to the MSWord menu:
TABLE > MULTITERM TABLE > ENABLE "TWO COLUMNS" AND CLICK ACCEPT.
A brand new two columns table will be created (based on your current MultiTerm).
This will work if you have the MultiTerm template in your Word application.
| Thanks to you two! || Mar 26, 2007 |
I have tried with html, and it seems a good idea.
In Word, Tadzio, I do not find MULTITERM TABLE under "TABLE".
Can you help me?
Thanks and have a nice monday...
Sun is shining here...
| The MultiTerm Template should be loaded on Word... || Apr 8, 2007 |
On this image you'll see two arrows. The first shows that I have the MT template loaded. And the second arrow shows where the MT template should be loaded. (Just find the template, copy & paste.)
Click here: http://traducciones-mexico.com/PROZ/multi_1.jpg
On this image, you'll see various MultiTerm applications already loaded on my MS Word. (And there are more! Just look for them on the Word menu.)
Click here: http://traducciones-mexico.com/PROZ/multi_2.jpg
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