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latest version of the PRT_Translator plugin is included.
Copy the 'PRTTranslator.mll' you need, regarding your OS and your version of Maya, to your 'plug-ins' folder, that should be located as the following : "XX:\Users\NAME\Documents\maya\20XX-x64\" If not, create it.
Then, you can use the script as you want...
If you want to use it as a shelf button, copy the content of the mel script and then save it as a shelf button.
Launch the script. Select the particle or nparticle node you want to export to PRT. Click on the "<<" button to get the coresponding shape node. Select an output folder by browsing button "<<". Enter the number of frames you want to export. Click 'EXPORT'. Done.