Merging multiple MemQ TMs
Thread poster: Roy Williams

Roy Williams  Identity Verified
Local time: 01:17
German to English
Nov 23, 2011

Just recently purchased a license for MemQ Pro and want to merge the TMs accumulated while using the 4free version. Is that possible?


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Chunyi Chen
United States
Local time: 17:17
English to Chinese
a possible solution Nov 23, 2011

Hi Roy,

I have never used a MemoQ free version, so I don't know if the TMs created in it are any different from the ones created in the Pro version. Have you tried going to the resource console (the symbol that looks like a binder/book), export your TMs to the TMX format, then create a new TM, and import your TMs into the new TM?

This is what I usually do to merge different TMs into one in the Pro version.


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Roy Williams  Identity Verified
Local time: 01:17
German to English
No Nov 24, 2011

No I haven't tried. I assumed that there was some kind of option where one could select two or more TMs and merge them per button push or similar. But your solution is just as good.

Thanks for responding,


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Valery Afanasiev  Identity Verified
Russian Federation
Local time: 03:17
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Yes Nov 24, 2011

Simply export all the old TM's as TMX to somewhere, create a new TM in MemoQ and re-import all those into one new.

Okapi Olifant (freeware) is also helpful to merge tmx files.

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