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Export res files


Hi,

I need to export all the res files of my localizable application.
I tried a simple copy/past in Excel of the "View Data", but it doesn't work,
neither an xml import in Word or Excel.

Is there a way to avoid to do it manually ?!

Thanks.

Hi Hector,

I am sorry that I couldn't understand your question exactly.

To make things clear, I'd like to ask several qestions.

1. What's the kind fo the 'localizable application'? Is it a WinForm
application or Web application?
2. What are the res files do you refer to?  Are they resource files with an
extension of .resx?
3. How you copy/paste the res files in Excel? Why do you want to do like
that?

I look forward to your reply.

Sincerely,
Linda Liu
Microsoft Online Community Support

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Hi Hector,

How about the problem now?

If the problem is still not solved, and you need our assistance, please
feel free to let me know.

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Sincerely,
Linda Liu
Microsoft Online Community Support

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