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.TXT Dictionary Importing

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To import .TXT dictionary file:

To import a Dictionary from a .TXT file, click menu Import > .TXT.

1. In the Select dictionary for importing window select dictionary for importing in the drop-down list. All entries will be imported in the dictionary which you select in this window.



2. In the Select file for importing window, browse for source .TXT file (the file from which you wish to import terminology data) by clicking folder button.



3. Locate source .TXT file to be imported, and click Open button. Then click Next button to proceed.



4. In the Importing from .TXT file window specify Source and Target, Note. Then click Next button to proceed.

·If your source .TXT file contains headers, set the number of first lines to be skipped by entering the appropriate number into Skip: ... line(s) field, to skip the columns headers.



Source, Target, Note areas can be specified in the following way:


·Select Source in the AnyLexic Fields column:



noteNote: You can specify several Targets and Notes for one Source. To do so, assign appropriate .TXT areas to Target0, Target1,... and Note0, Note1,... .


·On the right panel of the Importing from .TXT file window left-click near the left Source table border twice to set the start of the Source position. Then left-click near the right Source table border twice to set the end of the Source position.


noteNote: Make sure that assigned areas include the longest source term text string.


·After the Source table area has been selected, point the mouse in the middle of the area and left-click to select it.



·After Source has been selected, use scroll bar to find Target and Note column.



·Target0 and Note0 are selected in the same way as Source.


·After Source, Target and Note have been defined, their positions will be displayed on the right panel of the Importing from .TXT file window.



5. Click Next button to proceed with the importing.


6. On the Summary tab of Results of import operation window you may see common information about Entries of the imported dictionary.

New entries – number of created entries.

New targets in existing entries – number of created targets for existing entries. New targets are created when there is a difference between targets or notes for one source which is similar in importing dictionary and in the existing one.

Skipped – number of skipped entries.

Detailed information about entries is displayed on Entries tab.

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