How to import terms from a Word file in Multiterm?
Thread poster: Christiane Lalonde

Christiane Lalonde  Identity Verified
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English to French
Apr 9, 2009

Hello,
I cannot figure out how to import terms from a Word lexicon into Multiterm.
The terms are displayed in a two-colum table (English/French).
Any help would be appreciated.
Christiane


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Grzegorz Gryc  Identity Verified
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Excel and MT Convert... Apr 9, 2009

Christiane Lalonde wrote:

Hello,
I cannot figure out how to import terms from a Word lexicon into Multiterm.
The terms are displayed in a two-colum table (English/French).
Any help would be appreciated.
Christiane


Copy your two columns to Excel, then use Multiterm Convert.

Cheers
GG


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Jerzy Czopik  Identity Verified
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Quite simple Apr 9, 2009

Use Excel, as adviced by Grzegorz.
You`ll find a detailed description "how to" here.

Best regards
Jerzy


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Christiane Lalonde  Identity Verified
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Step 1 successful but... Apr 9, 2009

Thanks for your help.
I selected the wo columns and pasted them in an Excel file.
The conversion process wnt well, except that only the English terms (Source) are displayed... Where are the French?
Maybe I forgot to specify headers or something?


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Jerzy Czopik  Identity Verified
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Please follow the script exactly Apr 9, 2009

as it is crucial to do all operations as requested.

You have to pay special atteintion to the step, where you set the relation between the column header and the desired index field. You MUST do this for ALL your language columns. It is not enough to set only one language, ALL language columns must have an assigned index field.
Most probably you did that just for the English column and not for the others.

Best regards
Jerzy


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Christiane Lalonde  Identity Verified
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I did it! Apr 9, 2009

Thanks all for your help! It was so easy!

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