You can download some sample files here.
1. Open the .tmx file you want to process in a text editor (Notepad). For testing, feel free to use the sample .tmx file.
2. Check the first line of the .tmx file and make sure that encoding is set to UTF-8 (not, for example, UTF-16LE - see the sample .tmx as reference). Save the file, but do not close it yet, you will need it to copy some details into the web form.
3. Fill out the web form as follows:
(a) CELEX number: enter the CELEX number or any other identifier of the .tmx file.
(b) Character preceding/following source/target language terms: In the .tmx file, find a translation unit containing a defined term, and copy the character before and after the term into the form. For example, you may find the following text in the sample .tmx file: ‘clinical data’ means information [...] Here, the preceding character is " ‘ ", the following character is " ’ ". Similarly, the target segment contains this text: „klinikai adat” : az eszköz használata [...] Here, the preceding character is " „ ", the following character is " ” ".
(c) Source/target language codes: Preferably, enter 2-digit ISO language codes, but you may use any other code.
(d) Text indicating the beginning/end of the block of definitions: Enter the source segment indicating the beginning/end of the block of definitions; using the article numbers is reasonable. When processing the sample .tmx file, enter Article 2 and Article 3 as beginning/end text, respectively.
Alternatively, click a pre-set language combination below to use settings that are frequent for the given language combination. If the pre-set values do not work for any reason, change them manually before submitting the form for processing.
4. Close and add the .tmx file to the web form using the file picker.
5. Press Upload to process the file
The tool generates an .xml file with the results. You can import this .xml file into an Excel worksheet (Data > From other sources > From XML data import), edit it, and use it as you please.