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Cómo actualizar a SDL Trados Studio 2017

Estás listo para dar el gran paso y actualizar a SDL Trados Studio 2017 ya adquiriste tu actualización (si no lo has hecho ve primero a la tienda haciendo clic aquí) Si ya lo hiciste entra en tu CUENTA DE SDL, y procesa tu actualización. Sigue estos pasos:

NOTA: Al procesar tu actualización la nueva licencia reemplazará tu licencia anterior. SDL recomienda siempre usar la versión más reciente de SDL Trados Studio.

Actualización 2015 a 2017

Importante:

  • Al actualizar Studio 2015 a Studio 2017, ya no podrás usar 2015.
  • Si piensas actualizar una licencia de red por favor asegúrate de tener instalado el SDL License Server Manager de preferencia antes de actualizar tu licencia.

Proceso de actualización

  1. Desactiva tu licencia 2015 si no sabes como hacerlo haz clic aquí. Si ya lo hiciste puedes seguir.
  2. Desinstala SDL Trados Studio y Multiterm 2015 (si no sabes desinstalar un programa haz clic aquí para ver una explicación al respecto).
  3. Entra a tu cuenta de SDL, haz clic aquí para ir a tu cuenta.
  4. En tu cuenta de SDL ve a Products & Plans > Licences Licenses y si tienes actualizaciones que procesar, aparecerá un letrero en la parte
    superior o izquierda de la pantalla que dice “Upgrades available”. Haz clic en el ícono y verás la página de actualizaciones.
  5. Se generará un nuevo código de licencia.
  6. Descarga SDL Trados Studio 2015 y SDL Multiterm 2017.
  7. Haz clic en Products & Plans, después clic en DOWNLOADS

7. En esta misma página haz clic en el botón Download que se encuentra a un lado de SDL Trados Studio 2017.

8. Haz clic en botón Download que se encuentra a un lado de SDL MultiTerm 2017.

8. Instala SDL Trados Studio 2017 y Multiterm 2017 en ese orden.

9. Entra nuevamente a tu cuenta y:

  1. Haz clic en la sección LICENSES
  2. El número que ves en la parte inferior es tu número de licencias y abajo de éste puedes ver las activaciones que se han realizado usando este número y las activaciones disponibles.
  3. Selecciona y copia el número.
  4. Abre SDL Trados Studio, si ha terminado el periodo de prueba te pedirá en automático el ingreso de la licencia, de lo contrario puedes hacer clic en Ingresar licencia.
  5. Pega el número y haz clic en Activar, aparecerá una ventana para indicar si la activación tuvo éxito. Haz clic en Continuar.

How to open a project

This topic describes how to open a project. Opening a project makes that project the active project.

 

To open a project:

  1. Select File > Open > Project from the menu bar. The Open Project dialog box is displayed.

  2. Navigate to the location of the project (*.sdlproj) file, select the file and click Open.

The project name is displayed on the title bar of the application and the project becomes the active project.

 

NOTE You can also open a project by double-clicking on the project name in the Projects view.

How to create a return package

Return packages are created using the Create Return Package wizard.  You can launch the wizard from any view in SDL Trados Studio by selecting Project > Create Return Package from the menu bar. You can also select files that you want to include in the package in the Files view and right-click and select Create Return Package from the shortcut menu.

If you opened a project package from another translation management application in SDL Trados Studio, when you create a return package it will automatically create it in a format that you can upload back to that application. See Supported Package Formats for more information.

When you create a return package it only includes the project files and not the translation memory, termbases or AutoSuggest dictionaries. A return package contains files for which a manual task has been completed. For example, the files are translated or reviewed files. A return package can include some of the translated or reviewed files or all of the translated and reviewed files that were originally sent in the project package.

A return package can also contain files that need further work. For example, if a reviewer receives translated files in a package and they review the files and find that one of the translations is incorrect, then they can return that file to the translator in a return package to correct the translation.

 

Cannot open my return package

Symptoms: You get a return package (*.sdlrpx) from a translator to whom you sent an project package (*.sdlppx) but you get an error message saying you can’t import the package.

 

Steps to solve the problem:

  1. First make sure that you are trying to load the right file type *.sdlrpx. If your translator sent back an *.sdlppx file the you have the wrong file. Refer your translator to Creating a return project package.
  2. If you see this error:

package error

Then you might have erased the project from your project list. It this is the case, don’t worry you can still get it back. All you have to do is go to your projects folder, by default located at: Documents> Studio2015> Projects> Name-of-your-project There you will find a file with the name of the project and the extension *.sdlproj. The file will look like this: Captura

Just double click the file and it will open in Studio and will be added again to your projects list. See how to open a project.

After that just try to open the return package again, and it should get imported just fine.