Avoiding Duplicate entries in Multi Termn
Thread poster: xxxrenate123
xxxrenate123
German to English
Aug 22, 2007

Hi,

I'm starting to work with Trados again (version 6) and I am importing a few glossaries into Multi Term, using one database. How can I avoid duplicate entries that might be present. Any setting you can suggest on the import function...

Thank much
Ren


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Anna Sylvia Villegas Carvallo
Mexico
Local time: 21:37
English to Spanish
TO AVOID REPETITIONS: Aug 23, 2007

Step 3:
Synchronize with index field.
Omit entry.
Step 5:
Add entry as a new entry.
Combine with the database entry.
Omit entry.



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xxxrenate123
German to English
TOPIC STARTER
Avoiding Duplicate entries in Multi Term Aug 23, 2007

Thank you Tadzio.

I'll give that a try when importing. Sounds like a good way.

Best regards,
Renate

Tadzio Carvallo wrote:

Step 3:
Synchronize with index field.
Omit entry.
Step 5:
Add entry as a new entry.
Combine with the database entry.
Omit entry.



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M. Isabel Ledesma  Identity Verified
Argentina
Local time: 23:37
English to Spanish
Thanks as well Aug 23, 2007

Tadzio, just wanted to say thank you as it also helped me.

Regards!

Isabel


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