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    Hi everyone!!

    I came across a bunch of memories that were exported (or directly created) in .xls format for Excel....
    I had never seen this, which program creates these memories? I only knew glossaries...

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    me neither, in xls format? I´ve never heard of this...
    Could it be possible that someone got the txt and saved it as xls later and send it to you?

    does anyone have any idea??

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    Well, it looks like a glossary. Column A has the English word and B has the Spanish. There are no headers, or anything. I don't think someone just copied and pasted all the source and target segments because there are tons of them.

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    Default Re: Memory in xls

    Quote Originally Posted by Veronica
    Well, it looks like a glossary. Column A has the English word and B has the Spanish. There are no headers, or anything. I don't think someone just copied and pasted all the source and target segments because there are tons of them.
    That is perfect, you can create a TMX file with that.

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    It also could be the Memory of a terminology database of Multiterm. This can be exported in two formats, one of them is excel.
    If you have multiterm you can import it and use it as a back up for any translation you do using Trados. It is very useful since it shows you automatically possible translations for each segment.

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