How to import *.txt file in Multiterm 5.5 ?
Thread poster: Cecile Delacour

Cecile Delacour  Identity Verified
Local time: 05:40
Dutch to French
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Nov 25, 2007

Good evening,
I have started using Trados again after a few (happy) years of non-use, so I am a bit lost. Sorry if I ask a stupid question, but I have a translation that should be ready tomorrow around 3pm Dutch time and Im a bit in panic.
I am using Trados 7 SDL (the latest version I just bought and download) and an older version of Multiterm (5.5). Now I got from the agency I work for a text file (*.txt) that seems to be an uncleaned translated file with words I could use in the new translation. It looks like that:

80012920
1072066
Algemeen
Généralités


20082007, 14:51:26
KOOPMAN
1071254
Voorkom contaminatie, zoals microbacteriën:
Prévenez toute contamination, par exemple par les bactéries\~:



How can I import this in order to create a memory?
Thanks
Cecile


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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 05:40
English to German
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Workbench: File - Import Nov 25, 2007

Hi Cecile,
You shouldn't use TM code in the forums, as the pointed brackets are misinterpreted.

I am using Trados 7 SDL (the latest version I just bought and download) and an older version of Multiterm (5.5). Now I got from the agency I work for a text file (*.txt) that seems to be an uncleaned translated file with words I could use in the new translation.

You received an export file, which you can import into a new (or an existing) TM, but not in MultiTerm.

Regards,
Ralf


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Cecile Delacour  Identity Verified
Local time: 05:40
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Thanks! Nov 25, 2007

Thank you Ralf!
Sorry about the misuse of special characters, I didnt know it could be a problem on the forum. My problem is solved in any case,
Cecile


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