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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? Ive 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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