How to export/import only new entries (updates) from multiterm?
Thread poster: Prof Projex

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Aug 15, 2008

I often work on the same files between 2 different computers, one at the office and one at home. Lately, I've been building up a rather large term base term by term. I would export the TB, bring it to my other computer, and import it, and basically do this back and forth. But I'm noticing it's not "updating" the current term base with the new stuff, but rather just copying the entire term base catalog. So if I had 200 words in location A and B, added 10 more terms while at A (now 210 total), exported, then imported to B, B would now have 410, and everything would show up twice in workbench term base searches except for those 10 new words. Obviously I'm doing something wrong, but can't seem to find the option I'm looking for, no matter how deep as I dig down in those several hundred page trados manuals. Can anyone offer some advice? Thanks so much if so!

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