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Every time I try to convert .sdltb into .xls, I find the following error:
"Can't save spreadsheet to C:\Users\xxx\file_name.xlsx.Access to the path 'C:\Users\xxx\file_name.xlsx' is denied."Does anyone know how to solve it? I already tried changing the .sldtb file folder to check if it was the problem, but it also didn't work.
Marcus Vinicius Santos
Perhaps this is a windows permissions problem? Have you tried running the Glossary Converter with administrator permissions?
Might be worth looking at this article too:
Excellent.... thanks for letting us know.
Are you using the Glossary Converter from the appstore for this or MultiTerm Convert? Just curious.
The solution may be to reset the roaming folders, so assuming you are using the 2019 versions try this. Rename this folder (just add _old to the end or something, it's not important what you rename it to) and restart MultiTerm:
If you can't find this folder then you need to unhide your hidden files/folders:
Hi Paul, sorry for not entering the means. I am actually trying to do this through Glossary Converter.
I think I've already tried renaming that folder though. I also checked the folders permissions and they were OK. Do we have something else to try?
Maybe run through the obvious first:
Hi Paul Filkin
Yes, I've just checked: all of them are updated. About question number 3: Can't save spreadsheet to C:\Users\mvini\Desktop\TB_01.xlsx.Access to the path 'C:\Users\mvini\Desktop\TB_01.xlsx' is denied,
but i also happened with other folders, like:
Can't save spreadsheet to C:\Users\mvini\Documents\Export Files\pt-BR\TB_01.xlsx
Access to the path 'C:\Users\mvini\Documents\Export Files\pt-BR\TB_01.xlsx' is denied
I'd start with the last part... check your anti-virus settings in case it's blocking the Glossary Converter. You could try disabling it and testing to see if that helps. Then you'll know what you need to address if it works.
After trying many other steps, disabling my antivirus (Avast) worked! Then I just added Glossary Converter to my Allowed apps list, so I don't need to worry about it every time I'll convert something.
Thanks a lot, Paul!