How to use SDL MultiTerm Extract 2009
Thread poster: statcomp
United States
Local time: 00:12
English to Korean
Dec 13, 2009

Hello Tradosers,

I just started to use Trados and its related products. One of few things I know is that I have to create a good termbase to get into action (translation). I have several sample documents for pairs of source and target. I wonder how I can utilize these documents to create my own termbase. I thought SDL MT Extract would help but I can't find a proper document to do that exactly. I tried online help in vain. So here go my questions.

1. What is the best way to create termbase to start translation. I certainly want to avoid from typing all terms. It would be nice if I can utilize my documents (sources and targets)

2. According to SDL MT Extract documentation, I think I could utilize its Bilingual Term Extraction. But what is not clear is ... what kind of structure input files should have in order to create bilingual termbase (with translation filled). If I missing something here, please point it out.

[Edited at 2009-12-14 01:39 GMT]

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