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    Hi everyone,

    I got this error message when I tried to open a .ppt file in TagEditor:

    "Failed to create file parser Trados.PowerPointFileParser"

    And then it fails to open it!

    Any help?
    Last edited by Nadia D; 09-03-2008 at 01:01 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nadia D
    Hi everyone,

    I got this error message when I tried to open a .ppt file in TagEditor:

    "Failed to create file parser Trados.PowerPointFileParser"

    And then it fails to open it!

    Any help?
    What version of Trados and PP are your working with.

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    Trados 7 (Freelance) and Office 2003...
    I know that this Trados version doesn't work well with Office 2007, but I'm using 2003! that's why I'm really lost here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nadia D
    Trados 7 (Freelance) and Office 2003...
    I know that this Trados version doesn't work well with Office 2007, but I'm using 2003! that's why I'm really lost here...
    I don't know. I would export the text into a .txt file.

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    Default Re: Trados.PowerPointFileParser

    mmm...
    The problem is that Trados doesn't work with txt files and, besides, I need to preserve the original .ppt format.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nadia D
    mmm...
    The problem is that Trados doesn't work with txt files and, besides, I need to preserve the original .ppt format.
    TagEditor opens TXT files. I would paste the text back to PP. Otherwise I would use another CAT Tool for this project. I never like to stick with just one tool.
    Does your PP 2007 file contain SmartGraphics?
    Last edited by ElVizconde; 09-04-2008 at 11:19 AM.

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    I could use another tool but my client requested Trados... I managed to open the file in a different computer, but I'd love to solve this problem though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nadia D
    I could use another tool but my client requested Trados... I managed to open the file in a different computer, but I'd love to solve this problem though...
    It doesn't make sense to me translation agencies requesting specific softwares... Unless they have a deal with SDL.

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    Default Re: Trados.PowerPointFileParser

    Quote Originally Posted by ElVizconde
    It doesn't make sense to me translation agencies requesting specific softwares... Unless they have a deal with SDL.
    Unless you are SDL....

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    Default Re: Trados.PowerPointFileParser

    So, what was the error in the end??

    I donīt understand why sometimes, something which you canīt solve in your PC can be done perfectly in another one?

    like clean ups, analysis, etc...

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