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Jorge Santos Portugal Local time: 19:06 English to Portuguese + ...
Mar 21, 2006
Different post, a whole new question.
A while ago, a client sent me a glossary in xls format, that I promptly converted into Multiterm import file, following the most useful instructions of Bharg Shah, posted here at ProZ (http://www.proz.com/doc/149).
Since then, in the course of the translation process, I've added "manually" a few other frequently used terms to my termbase.
Now I would like to update my Multiterm glossary/termbase with the latest one sent by the client, again in xls format. The problem is, if I import the whole new glossary they've sent me, I'll end up with most of the terms duplicated, and that gets in my way of using Multiterm as a translation aid tool.
My question is, do you know how can I import just the terms I haven't yet got in my Multiterm database? I'd like to import all entries except the ones that are exact matches and also keep my edited entries.
I have Office XP, Trados 5.0 Freelance and MultiTerm 22.214.171.124 (build 217).
Thank you in advance,
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