Exporting TM to TMX in WF Classic
Thread poster: Alice Klingener

Alice Klingener  Identity Verified
Local time: 03:52
Swedish to English
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Nov 28, 2012

The memory that I am trying to export to TMX was actually created in Wordfast Classic Version 6.03t. I am having trouble with the export. The link from the Wordfast Wiki on special filters (http://www.wordfast.net/wiki/Special_Filters) is dead (http://wordfast.co.cc/swf/tm_editor_special_filters.htm).

When I click on the TM Companion button in WF Classic (is that the data editor by any chance?), there is a brief flicker, but no window opens up.

Is there a current manual? The Wiki support document was not helpful in this case.

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Dominique Pivard  Identity Verified
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Finnish to French
Export to TMX in WFC 6.03t Nov 28, 2012

The data editor is the 2nd icon from the right. You can also access it by pressing Ctrl+Alt+Enter. Make sure the active tab is 'TM', then click on the 'Tools' tab. You will see this:

Just select 'Export TM as TMX'. The exported TM will be created in the same folder as the Wordfast TM, with the same name, but the .TMX extension.

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