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Thread poster: amberwolf
amberwolf
Local time: 18:30
Jul 31, 2007

I have several entries in a termbase which do not have a target term. I'm trying to create a filter to isolate these terms, but no luck. Can anyone help?

Thanks


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Selcuk Akyuz  Identity Verified
Turkey
Local time: 21:30
Member (2006)
English to Turkish
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I am not a good user of multiterm but Jul 31, 2007

the following may help:

Go to entry > input models > filter > Create
next > give name (e.g. target term missing)
next > simple filter
next > select entry level > target term

in condition: Apply on > Any
select from the list (which begins with exact match) > is missing
next > finish > ok

HTH

Selcuk Akyuz


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amberwolf
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Thanks Aug 6, 2007

Will give that a go.

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