Reference memory
Thread poster: asyakj
Jan 18, 2010

Hello!

I would like to ask you if it is possible to use an already created translation memory as a reference memory on another project. My current translation memory has become too big and I want to create another one and still use the old one as reference.

I use Translator's Workbench, Version 7.0 Freelance, Build 719.

Thank you very much in advance.


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Ronnie Halpern  Identity Verified
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It should be simple. Jan 18, 2010

Hello,

If I understand what you want to do correctly, all you need to do is go in Workbench to Options...Translation Memory Options...Concordance Tab and you will see a box to enter the name and location for a reference TM. There are a number of other options in the tab that you can also use to adjust the reference TM to your needs.

Regards,
Ronnie


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asyakj
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Thanks Jan 18, 2010

Hello,

Thanks a lot. This is what I've been looking for.


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