Export from MultiTerm Extract to MultiTerm Termbase
Thread poster: Ewelina Kwiatek
Ewelina Kwiatek
Local time: 05:35
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Jul 20, 2008

I am trying to export validated terms along with examples, domains, acronyms, notes, etc. from MultiTerm Extract to MultiTerm termbase.
I have over 100 terms. Unfortunately, only 60-70 terms are displayed in MultiTerm termbase after I export them. What is more, apart from terms themselves no other data is exported.

Could you suggest me solution or refer to other posts where I can find the answer?

Regards,
Ewelina


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Ewelina Kwiatek
Local time: 05:35
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Click 'Advanced' in Export Languages Window Jul 28, 2008

When the option 'Export languages' appear in the Export Wizard window, you have to click 'Advanced' under the default language and then a new window appears in which you specify what fields you want to export. You can select such fields as: domain, definition, note, context and acronym. To export this information successfuly you have to create the appropriate structure of the termbase that includes the selected export fields.

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