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Handling terminology in MS Word
Thread poster: Holger Gremminger

Holger Gremminger
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German to Swedish
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Jul 17, 2003

Hi!

I have to do a translation directly in MS Word. Is there an easy way (tool, plug-in) to make/maintain/view a "terminology database" directly in Word?

Thank you in advance!
/Holger


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Valentina Pecchiar  Identity Verified
Italy
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Try wordfast Jul 17, 2003

The Glossary function will allow you to create, use and mantain up to 3 glossaries at the same time and to insert (propagate) the glossary entries to your text; you can even perform a gloss-based quality check at the end or while you go. I think you can use all the gloss functions in the trial (free) version.
Best luck
HTH

Holger Gremminger wrote:

Hi!

I have to do a translation directly in MS Word. Is there an easy way (tool, plug-in) to make/maintain/view a "terminology database" directly in Word?

Thank you in advance!
/Holger


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