How to use MultiTerm in TagEditor
Thread poster: Carol Chen

Carol Chen  Identity Verified
China
Local time: 19:05
English to Chinese
Nov 14, 2008

Dear All, it may seems too simple. However, I just don't know how to use MultiTerm. I've set up a new MultiTerm, however, I don't know how to add terms in during translation. Could anyone kindly give advice? Many thanks! Sincere Carol Chen

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Heinrich Pesch  Identity Verified
Finland
Local time: 14:05
Member (2003)
Finnish to German
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Me too Nov 14, 2008

Not long ago I asked the same question.
The easiest way is to highlight the source term in TE, right-click it and choose at the bottom Add Term > Set as source term. Do the same with the target term and set it as source term. Then press Ctrl+Shift+M.
There are also keyboard commands, but for me they don't work at least under Vista.

You have of course first to select the termbase in Workbench.
Hope this helps.

Heinrich


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