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Help with WordFast glossary check in QC function
Thread poster: Todd Field

Todd Field  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 18:12
Member (2003)
Portuguese to English
Aug 8, 2008

I’m running WordFast 5.53 with Windows Vista and have the following question:

Where can I activate the glossary cross-reference function as part of WordFast’s QC process? In other words, the feature that highlights the glossary entry in the source text when you open a segment, and warns you if the corresponding glossary entry is not found in the target text when you go to close the segment?

I’ve been all over the WordFast tabs and user guide, and am having trouble finding where to activate this feature in version 5.53.

Thanks in advance for your help and suggestions!

Todd


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Lori Cirefice  Identity Verified
France
Local time: 01:12
French to English
5.52 Aug 8, 2008

I use 5.52, and it's on the "terminology" tab, right below the reorganize button I have two check boxes (QC and fuzzy terminology).

Make sure that "this glossary is active" as well


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