How to apply an individidual TM result to target language
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davidfw1866  Identity Verified
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Portuguese to English
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Sep 11, 2013

I'm new to Trados, so I don't know how to apply TM results to my target language.

In other words, when I have TM results, how do I select one of the results and apply it to my target language?

Thanks for your help.

[Edited at 2013-09-11 23:52 GMT]


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Couple of ways... Sep 12, 2013

Hi,

As you probably found out, the first result can be applied automatically by the system. But if you want the 2nd, 3rd or 4th for example you need to select them. So...

- use Alt+2/3/4 etc.
- when the 2/3/4 etc match is active press Ctrl+T to apply translation

Regards

Paul


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davidfw1866  Identity Verified
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Thanks! Sep 12, 2013

Thanks, Paul.
That's the exact info I needed.



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