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Hello,I received a CSV File from my client with html text format codes (I am not allowed to convert or change the format of the file, it MUST stay a CSV). The question is, how can I activate embedded content processing in a CSV File like for a xslx File? Can I add some rules there?
So that the editor shows the text in the first picture (CSV File) in the same way as in the second picture (xlsx File). I tried everything, I am out of ideas :(
Thx folks :)
What version of Studio are you running? In 2021 you would simply activate embedded content processing, maybe copy the same rule you have in your Excel filetype, and you should be good to…
I'd convert it to XLXS in Excel, let the Embedded Content Processor do its magic in Trados Studio, translate it, generate the target XLXS file and then copy the translated column to the original CSV.
Thank you for the tip. I tried it, and when I ctrl+c and ctrl+v the translated segment from the xlsx it inserts in the csv text only, without the tags :(
I think you're copying from Trados Studio to Excel.
I meant translating everything in Trados, generating the translated XLSX file, then copying the whole translated column in translated XLSX file (in Excel) and pasting it into the CSV original file (Excel as well).
What version of Studio are you running? In 2021 you would simply activate embedded content processing, maybe copy the same rule you have in your Excel filetype, and you should be good to go:
Thank you Paul. The only correct solution is to upgrade to Trados 2021, as generating an xlsx file is simply wrong bcs you do hidden changes in the file.
I don't understand what you mean here?
Could you please post a screen-shot showing why the XLSX is wrong. Thanks!