Author Topic: Δημιουργία γλωσσαρίου στο MemoQ  (Read 829 times)

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... μήπως έχει εντρυφήσει κανείς στη διαδικασία και θα μπορούσε να μου δώσει τα φώτα της/του;
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Re: Δημιουργία γλωσσαρίου στο MemoQ
« Reply #1 on: 27 Jul, 2014, 13:28:54 »
When you have a glossary in the form of a Microsoft Excel workbook, here is what you can do to import it into a memoQ term base:

1. Make sure that your table has a header row, and the term columns are labelled with the English name of each language.

2. Save the workbook (more , the current worksheet) in the Unicode text format. This format will be available in the Files of type drop-down list of the Save as dialog in Excel. The result will be a tab-separated text file in the UTF-8 encoding, which is perfectly suitable for importing into memoQ. The file will have the .txt extension.

3. When you import this file into a memoQ term base, make sure that UTF-8 is selected as the encoding; select the tab character as the delimiter, and indicate that your file has a header row.
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Re: Δημιουργία γλωσσαρίου στο MemoQ
« Reply #2 on: 27 Jul, 2014, 13:45:00 »
... και αν δεν το έχεις σε Excel; (να φανταστώ ότι η απάντηση είναι 'ε, να το κάνεις!', ε;)
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