wordfast and MS Access databases
Thread poster: Lydia Brady

Lydia Brady  Identity Verified
Local time: 23:24
French to English
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May 2, 2005

I need to translate some big Access databases using the "Forms" not the "Tables" section of the DB. When I try to open a segment in a blank word document I get an error message saying "no table currently opened and visible in the Access database". Any ideas? Thanks,
Lydia


 

Robert Tucker (X)
United Kingdom
Local time: 22:24
German to English
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Microsoft Access Translator May 2, 2005

The only tool for translating Access forms may be Microsoft Access Translator.

Previous forums:

www.proz.com/topic/27483

www.proz.com/topic/26677

Microsoft Access Translator site now:

www.pointltd.com/Products/Details.asp?dlID=33

[Edited at 2005-05-02 18:16]


 

S M Gotiwalee
Local time: 17:24
German to English
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Try 'Export' function May 2, 2005

Hi,

I am not sure about this.

But right click on the name or from file drop down manu; click on 'EXPORT'. It will ask for the formatyou want to save the current file in and folder in your system where you want to save the current file.

Good luck.

Sneha


 


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