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viewing entire personal glossary
Thread poster: Ann Bishop
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Jun 19, 2007

Dear all, I have a few questions related to the personal glossaries:

Is it possible to view entire personal ProZ glossaries so they can be printed easily? It seems that now I can only view 10 words at a time and have to go through many pages to see the complete glossary.

Is there a way to "batch edit" part of your glossary instead of going into each separate entry? The reason why I am asking is because I forgot to set the language when I added many terms to one of my glossaries and now they are all showing up as Afrikaans. It seems I can only change this if i open up each individual entry and change the language.

I think it would be nice to add some more flexiblity/functionality for glossary management.

Best regards,

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