Discovery: Word 2003 User Dictionary + TE
Thread poster: Peter WILHELM

Peter WILHELM  Identity Verified
Local time: 21:20
English to German
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Sep 3, 2007

When Tag Editor doesn't let you add an unknown term it may well be that your standard user dictionary in Word 2003 is set for "all languages". As soon as you change it to the language you're working with, you can immediately add new terms.

This is no problem with Word itself but only within Tag Editor.


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Eugene Gulak  Identity Verified
Ukraine
Local time: 22:20
Member (2007)
English to Russian
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Great! Sep 12, 2007

How irritated I was clicking "Ignore all" over and over again!
Thank you for sharing your discovery with us.
It works with SDLX too.


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