Transit does not open a dictionary....
Thread poster: hatipovic
hatipovic
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German to Bosnian
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Aug 14, 2006

Hello,
how can I add custom dictionaries to a project?

Regards,
Mirza


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Christopher Schmidt  Identity Verified
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German to English
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Link new database Aug 14, 2006

Hi Mirza

Before you can add a dictionary to a project, you first need to link the dictionary database to Transit/Termstar. To do this, select the Options | Database Administrator menu command, choosing the Link New Database option from the displayed list. In the dialog box which opens, select Access 97 Database and click Next. In the next dialog box, specify the db file using the browse button to navigate to the file.

After the database has been linked to Transit/Termstar, you can add any dictionary contained in that database by first selecting the Project | Settings menu command, and then adding the desired dictionary(ies) in the TermStar Dictionaries tab of the Project Settings dialog box.


(Note: the procedure listed above applies for Transit XV Professional - your milage may vary if using a different version.)

Hope this helps!
Chris


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