Applying Input Model in MultiTerm iX
Thread poster: Talyb Samedov
Talyb Samedov  Identity Verified
Canada
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May 27, 2004

I'm new to MultiTerm iX, so I appologize for asking a possibly simple and stupid question.

I've created the input model with the following field structure:
Term -
- Subject
- Definition
- Notes
However when I click on add entry icon in MultiTerm bar in MS Word, all I can enter is the term and translation of the term and no fields are available. I can add info to the fields when I open MultiTerm itself
and edit the entry, but I can't do this when I'm entering the term from MS Word.

Is this possible at all?


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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
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Only one field May 28, 2004

Hi Talyb,
The input model is only applied in full when using the entry/edit dialogue in MTiX - the "on-the-fly" term entry in Word is a shortened routine by design. It does provide for the specification of one field, though.

HTH, Ralf


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