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Cleaning up TM with WF 5.16e
Thread poster: Kristian Saks
Kristian Saks
Local time: 04:10
English to Estonian
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Oct 3, 2007

I have had to merge a lot of TMs coming from a certain client into my main TM and the result is a lot of duplicated TUs and I have no idea how to remove them.

I remember earlier WF had a button for it :S

I have read the user manual and there it refers to the subject but does not give any clear indication as to how I should proceed.

I know you can just mark them manually but the TM is 24000 TUs and I think I will go blind before I finish it

If anyone has any suggestions, then they are more than welcome If you suggest using the filters then also give a short explanation as I found a post on the subject by searching this forum and there was a suggestion to use filters, but I need something more specific!

Thanks in advance,

Kristian Saks


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Heinrich Pesch  Identity Verified
Finland
Local time: 04:10
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Finnish to German
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Mark redundant entries Oct 4, 2007

Please open the Wf manual and search for the phrase above. There is a good explanation of the process. First of all reorganise the tm.
Cheers
Heinrich


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