It is important to create a set project structure before you begin the conversion process. An established project structure will ensure that a clean copy of the source STF file is kept for verification purposes later on in the process; it keeps the files used for translation separate from the vital source files.
S-Tagger never changes the name of the files it is working on. The converted STF file has the same name as the source MIF or IASCII file; only the extension is different. The STF file has an *.rtf or an *.rtf.ttx, or *.txt extension, depending on the output file format that you select during conversion. If you do not set up a good project structure, you run the risk of overwriting, moving or deleting vital file information.
S-Tagger creates three new files for each MIF/IASCII file that is converted:
When beginning to work with S-Tagger, you need to specify three file locations for: