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Kieran Sheehan Germany Local time: 08:48 Member (2008) German to English
Mar 27, 2013
I recently saw it recommended somewhere that one should create a universal termbase for all the terminology one has and use filters depending on the project at hand. Now, I don't think I'm so different from most translators in that I find this task somewhat daunting. I have all kinds of terminology in all kinds of forms scattered on various PCs, sometimes as actual Multiterm TBs, sometimes as Excel or Txt word lists. I would therefore appreciate any tips or suggestions (do's and don'ts) on consolidating all one's terminology in a single termbase, and especially on how to get started, which index and text fields are mandatory and which are not, etc.
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