Book to .mif plugin

2009-02-26 Thread Andersen, Verner Engell VEA
Hi I am sure there must be a utility which saves all files in a book to .mif files. Do you know where I can get such a plugin? We are starting up Trados translation and as part of that all files need to be saved as .mif files. Med venlig hilsen - Best regards Verner Andersen Technical Writer

RE: Book to .mif plugin

2009-02-26 Thread Combs, Richard
Andersen, Verner wrote: Hi I am sure there must be a utility which saves all files in a book to .mif files. Do you know where I can get such a plugin? Mif2Go will do that (www.omsys.com). Or, if you have FrameScript, there are scripts that will do it. Richard Richard G. Combs Senior

RE: Book to .mif plugin

2009-02-26 Thread Fred Ridder
Mif2go does this very conveniently. The free demo version provides this capability as well as adding a really convenient Wash via MIF command to the File menu. -Fred Ridder Subject: Book to .mif plugin Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2009 15:17:44 +0100 From: verner.ander...@radiometer.dk To: framers

Re: Book to .mif plugin

2009-02-26 Thread Mike Wickham
I am sure there must be a utility which saves all files in a book to .mif files. Do you know where I can get such a plugin? Systec has the Book Transfer FM - MIF utility. 29 euros to license. https://www.systec-gmbh.com/os/index.php?cat=c176_TOOLBOX.htmlXTCsid=afec57784912ef717a8b43a91b8993b9

Re: Book to .mif plugin

2009-02-26 Thread Scott Prentice
And Leximation has a plugin called FileTools, which lets you export a book to many formats as well as lots of other file-related features. http://leximation.com/tools/info/filetools.php Cheers, ...scott Scott Prentice Leximation, Inc. www.leximation.com +1.415.485.1892 Mike Wickham

Re: Book to .mif plugin

2009-02-26 Thread Lin Sims
And let's not forget Bruce Foster's MifSave plugin, which is only $10. http://home.comcast.net/~bruce.foster/products.htm (Not affiliated with Bruce, I just love his plugins.) Mike Wickham wrote: I am sure there must be a utility which saves all files in a book to .mif files. Do you know

Book to .mif plugin

2009-02-26 Thread Andersen, Verner Engell VEA
Hi I am sure there must be a utility which saves all files in a book to .mif files. Do you know where I can get such a plugin? We are starting up Trados translation and as part of that all files need to be saved as .mif files. Med venlig hilsen - Best regards Verner Andersen Technical Writer

Book to .mif plugin

2009-02-26 Thread Combs, Richard
Andersen, Verner wrote: > Hi > I am sure there must be a utility which saves all files in a book to > .mif files. Do you know where I can get such a plugin? Mif2Go will do that (www.omsys.com). Or, if you have FrameScript, there are scripts that will do it. Richard Richard G. Combs Senior

Book to .mif plugin

2009-02-26 Thread Fred Ridder
Mif2go does this very conveniently. The free demo version provides this capability as well as adding a really convenient "Wash via MIF" command to the File menu. -Fred Ridder > Subject: Book to .mif plugin > Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2009 15:17:44 +0100 > From: verner.anders

Book to .mif plugin

2009-02-26 Thread Mike Wickham
> I am sure there must be a utility which saves all files in a book to > .mif files. Do you know where I can get such a plugin? Systec has the "Book Transfer FM <-> MIF" utility. 29 euros to license. https://www.systec-gmbh.com/os/index.php?cat=c176_TOOLBOX.html=afec57784912ef717a8b43a91b8993b9

Book to .mif plugin

2009-02-26 Thread Scott Prentice
And Leximation has a plugin called FileTools, which lets you export a book to many formats as well as lots of other file-related features. http://leximation.com/tools/info/filetools.php Cheers, ...scott Scott Prentice Leximation, Inc. www.leximation.com +1.415.485.1892 Mike Wickham

Book to .mif plugin

2009-02-26 Thread Lin Sims
And let's not forget Bruce Foster's MifSave plugin, which is only $10. http://home.comcast.net/~bruce.foster/products.htm (Not affiliated with Bruce, I just love his plugins.) > Mike Wickham wrote: >>> I am sure there must be a utility which saves all files in a book to >>> .mif files. Do you