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4/23/2015

We moved!

We moved our blog to this url:
http://babeldgt.com/blog/

7/28/2014

Use windows apps inside Mac

Learn how to use windows apps inside Mac
http://babeldgt.com/blog/usa-programas-de-windows-en.html

7/20/2014

We are on Flipboard

We are on Flipboard!!! Don't know what Flipboard is? Well the coolest news and social media reader ever!
Look at this video to find about Flipboard and go crazy with all this wonderful reading.

If you want to ready our magazine just clic here.

Blog will be moving

Hello everyone,
We just wanted to let you know that the blog will soon be moved to our website here:

http://babeldgt.com/blog

Thanks for the support

7/08/2014

10/09/2013

Nuevas características de SDL Trados Studio 2014

If you are located in Mexico and want to buy SDL Trados at a very special price go here www.babeldgt.com

10/02/2013

How to upgrade from SDL Trados Studio 2011 to 2014 once you have purchased your new license

SDL Trados Studio 2011 is here and I have to say that at Babel DGT we love it. So, for all our clients in Mexico who upgraded, we have put together this quick tutorial to help you upgrade.

Step 1: Log into your account on SDL's website (if you don't remember the url just clic here)
You'll see this screen, log in with your registered mail and password. Should you not remember it just click forgotten password

Step 2: Clic on My Licenses link




Step 3: You will see your current license
DON'T forget to deactivate your old license in any computer using it. If you don't remember how to do it click here.
Notice the upgrade link on the right side of your screen, and click there.




Step 4: The system will tell you how many upgrades you can process, click on the Proces Upgrade button.

Step 5: If successful you will be presented with your new license.

Step 6: Every time you need to see you license number please click on My licenses on the left side of your screen. Then you will see your license on the right, you can click on the license for details


Quick update! Here's a video demonstrating the above: