exporting a file you get the message "File not found".
For some file formats, Déjà Vu needs the original
file (same name) in the original directory. You should not rename,
delete, or move the original file until after the translated file
the Déjà Vu archives I found one solution based
on tampering with the registry and one consisting of reinstalling
the FULL copy of Déjà Vu (the newest full version
you have downloaded + the last update - no. 31).
As I prefer not touching the registry I reinstalled Déjà
Vu. Now everything works normally, but I still don't know what
When exporting a file to Word (2 columns) you get the error message:
"The macros in this project are disabled. Please refer to
the online help or documentation of the host application to determine
how to enable macros."
This means that Macro security in Word is set in High.
Go to Tools > Macro, and select Security...
Select Low or Medium as Security Level.
Medium will ask permission every time you export the file.
If you have a good anti-virus enabled, you probably can
use Low. Today, most anti-virus are looking for malicious
code inside Word macros.
Close Word and import file again.
You can self-sign Déjà Vu's macros and use them
without changing the Security Level. This is a 3-step process:
to create a digital signature, to apply the digital signature,
to allow the use of macros signed this way.
To create your digital signature (self-certification):