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I cannot at the moment access my Multiterm termbases (which are now all nicely reorganised into Multiterm 2007 versions) when using Trados 2007. The problem lies solely in the fact that, when clicking on "Term recognition", the box for selecting the Multiterm version to connect with only contains the two options of Multiterm 5 and Multiterm 7, not however Multiterm 2007.
My question is: How do I get Multiterm 2007 to show in this box, so that I can select it?
At present only Multiterm 5 can be selected. Multiterm 7 produces a numerical error code. It is, however, Multiterm 2007 that I am looking for, but it is not there.
[Edited at 2007-05-06 05:22]
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