Cleaning files
Thread poster: Quest4

Quest4  Identity Verified
Local time: 12:19
English to Danish
Dec 4, 2007

This is about SDL Trados 2007 SP1 and Word 2003

I am used to translating in TagEditor and using Workbench only as a manager of my TM. It is easy in this way to save both a bilingual file (unclean file - I take it) - and the target file.
Now I was forced to translate in Word - and I still use Workbench's functions. However, when saving there is only the possibility to save the bilingual/unclean file. How do I make the target file? As far as I understand it is done in Workbench - but how?
Thanks a lot..
Best regards,
Niels Quist


 

Attila Piróth  Identity Verified
France
Local time: 12:19
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English to Hungarian
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Tools / Clean up Dec 4, 2007

You get a .bak file (bilingual) and a .doc file (cleaned-up target-language file).
Attila


 

Quest4  Identity Verified
Local time: 12:19
English to Danish
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Tools / Clean up Dec 4, 2007

Attila Piróth wrote:

You get a .bak file (bilingual) and a .doc file (cleaned-up target-language file).
Attila


- thanks....


 

Claudia Alvis  Identity Verified
Peru
Local time: 05:19
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Spanish
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Cleaned up files Dec 5, 2007

Hi,

With Word-based CAT tools, I always rename the file to T_filename and once I'm done with the translation, I save it as C_filename and that's the one I clean up.

Claudia


 


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