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Thread poster: Kimmy
Kimmy
Local time: 06:56
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Jul 10, 2002

I have entered some legal terms into my glossary (Italian - English) but if I want to seacrh a term in English and get the Italian equivalent , do I have to enter all the terms twice in English - Italian also????

I would have thought that a search would have automatically done a cross check!!!


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Carla Zwanenberg  Identity Verified
Netherlands
Local time: 22:56
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The trick is to search for an English term Jul 10, 2002

while entering Italian as the source language and English as the target language. By doing this you will be searching in your existing Italian>English glossary in stead of in an English>Italian glossary which is not available.



Groeten,

Carla


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