MultiTerm 7: How to change path to local MultiTerm databases
Thread poster: Erik Freitag

Erik Freitag  Identity Verified
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Dec 26, 2007

Dear colleagues,

I am using SDL MultiTerm 7. How can I change the path to my local termbases? I can't find any option where I can set it, it will always look them up in the standard folder (C:/program files/TRADOS/MultiTerm).

Thanks for your help!

Kind regards,
Erik


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Vito Smolej
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Look up and edit MTMaster.mdb Dec 27, 2007

How can I change the path to my local termbases?

This access MDB contains the list of attached multiterm files with their locations. You'll find it in %documents and settings%all users/applicationdata/SDL international/MultiTerm/databases

If you want to move your Termbases out of the C drive, that's the place.

Regards

vito

PS: Enrico, one more sticky question - been asked and answered half a dozen times for sure.


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Erik Freitag  Identity Verified
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Thanks, Vito, and sorry. Dec 30, 2007

Dear Vito, thank you very much! And I'm sorry for seemingly not having searched the forum sufficiently before, but I hadn't found posts on this issue.

Thanks again, and have a happy and successful new year!

Erik


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