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I have a excel file including 2 columns; Column A include languages: ie..
Multiterm assumes you put the languages ins successive COLUMNS, not lines, i.e.:
Chinese (PRC) - header of the column A
english - header of the column B
Colunm B include Term:ie..托管uote]
The terms should be put in the sucessive LINES.
It's rather logic 'cause in Excel you can have more lines than columns.
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You should never handle synonims in this way.
Don't use the coma because MT will handle these words as ONE term (i.e. not as TWO synonims).
If necessary, add another language column with the same header (in this case, German and Chech).
Then you map these columns twice in the MT Convert wizard.
Now, i want to extract the mated Term, ie..
English Chinese 。。。。 French
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Select the table, copy, go to an empty table, click on the A1 cell.
In the Edit menu, select Paste Special.
In the dialog box, check the Transpose box.
Click OK, it should work.
Delete the original sheet because the MT Convert Wizard is stupid i.e. it assumes only the first sheet contains data (i.e. if you have multisheet glossaries, only the first sheet is processed).
BTW, the english strings are more than other language, maybe other language are only the part of english Terms.
MT may behave erratically if some languages fields are empty.
Everybody, can we use SDL Multiterm to get a result expected?
How to handle it ?? any way will be welcome.