This requires the Glossary Converter to be installed on the machine. 

Your Glossary Converter must be set up to create sdltb output!

When you click it, you are presented with a file selection dialog, where you can select a glossary file. It is automatically converted to a termbase, which is stored in the Glossaries folder. The termbase name is the same as the glossary file name, except it obviously has the extension .sdltb. If there already is a termbase of that name, a number will be added to make it unique. Once the termbase is created, it is added to the project termbases of the selected project.

Classic example: You just imported test.xlsx, and got test.sdltb as a result. You then import test.tbx, and to avoid conflicts, test1.sdltb is generated.

Among the supported formats are:

  • Spreadsheets (.xlsx and .xls), comma separated lists (*.csv) and tab separated lists (*.txt)
  • MultiTerm termbase definitions (*.xdt, you also need the corresponding export file, .mtf.xml;)
  • Universal Termbase Exchange (.utx)
  • Termbase Exchange (*.tbx, *.xml)
  • Translation Memory Exchange (*.tmx)

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