How to add an auto suggest dictionary in trados studio 2014
Thread poster: Linda Fergusson

Linda Fergusson  Identity Verified
Spain
Local time: 15:50
Spanish to English
Aug 19, 2014

I am aware that I can't create one as I have the freelance edition of Trados studio 2014, but can I add one? And if so, how?

 

Emma Goldsmith  Identity Verified
Spain
Local time: 15:50
Member (2010)
Spanish to English
Add to general settings or project settings Aug 19, 2014

Have you created a project already?
If so, open your project settings and go to "language pairs" and then the specific lang pair that matches your A/S dictionary. It's displayed below TMs in the lefthand menu ("Autosuggest dictionaries").

If you want to use the same A/S dictionary for all projects you create in the future, then add the A/S dictionary to your general settings:
- File tab
- Options
- Language pairs
- [specific language pair]
- Autosuggest dictionary - Add


 

Linda Fergusson  Identity Verified
Spain
Local time: 15:50
Spanish to English
TOPIC STARTER
THANK YOU Aug 19, 2014

As someone completely new to Trados this kind of information is invaluable. Thank you for taking the time to respond.

 


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