Norwegian Microsoft glossaries?
Thread poster: Håvard Olerud Eriksen

Håvard Olerud Eriksen  Identity Verified
Norway
Local time: 00:41
English to Norwegian
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Apr 8, 2016

Hi!

Are anyone here sitting on the old downloadable MS glossaries for Norwegian? A few computers ago I still had them but now I can't seem to find them anymore.
I do know about the online search page, but it would save me a ton of work to be able to have TM access to themicon_smile.gif

Kind regards,
Håvard


 

Michael Beijer  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 23:41
Member (2009)
Dutch to English
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https://www.microsoft.com/Language/en-US/Terminology.aspx Apr 8, 2016

Håvard Olerud Eriksen wrote:

Hi!

Are anyone here sitting on the old downloadable MS glossaries for Norwegian? A few computers ago I still had them but now I can't seem to find them anymore.
I do know about the online search page, but it would save me a ton of work to be able to have TM access to themicon_smile.gif

Kind regards,
Håvard


Hi Håvard ,

They can now all be downloaded from this page: https://www.microsoft.com/Language/en-US/Terminology.aspx

Note that they come as a .tbx file, so you will need to convert this to TMX, or whatever other format you might need. As far as I remember, Xbench (http://www.xbench.net/ ) can do this, among others.

MJWB

[Edited at 2016-04-08 07:01 GMT]


 

Håvard Olerud Eriksen  Identity Verified
Norway
Local time: 00:41
English to Norwegian
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TOPIC STARTER
Product specific Apr 8, 2016

Michael J.W. Beijer wrote:

Håvard Olerud Eriksen wrote:

Hi!

Are anyone here sitting on the old downloadable MS glossaries for Norwegian? A few computers ago I still had them but now I can't seem to find them anymore.
I do know about the online search page, but it would save me a ton of work to be able to have TM access to themicon_smile.gif

Kind regards,
Håvard


Hi Håvard ,

They can now all be downloaded from this page: https://www.microsoft.com/Language/en-US/Terminology.aspx

MJWB


Thank you!
I found these, but they do not seem to be as comprehensive as the old product specific downloadable glossaries. They do contain a lot of information, but I am currently working on a document containing a lot of MS Word specific terms (names of arrows, callouts etc.) and they are not available in the TM I downloaded.

-håvard


 

Rolf Keller
Germany
Local time: 00:41
English to German
Language extensions from MS Apr 8, 2016

Håvard Olerud Eriksen wrote:

I am currently working on a document containing a lot of MS Word specific terms (names of arrows, callouts etc.) and they are not available in the TM I downloaded.


Use a Norwegian version of Word OR download (from MS) the language extensions for Word. You can look up most things in Word's user interface, then.

https://support.office.com/en-gb/article/Do-I-need-a-language-pack-Language-Accessory-Pack-LAP-or-a-Language-Interface-Pack-LIP-4548ec6b-6d0e-40aa-8780-7bbee9554e04?ui=en-US&rs=en-GB&ad=GB


 


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