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Depending on their physical location, memoQ recognizes two types of LiveDocs:

A local LiveDocs corpus is physically present on your computer. You can add it to your projects by clicking Register local in the Resource consoleor, if a local LiveDocs corpus is already registered, by clicking Use In Project on the LiveDocs ribbon tab of Project home.

A remote LiveDocs corpus is located in a remote computer and can be accessed through the Internet or the local network. When you check out an online project, the relevant LiveDocs are also included so you do not have to deal with them separately. However, online projects are available for you only when you are online, and this is also true for the LiveDocs involved. Team members can contribute to LiveDocs corpora by adding new documents or realigning or editing segments and the way these new entries are handled depends on the settings specified by the project manager. You can add remote LiveDocs to your project by selecting a memoQ server in the Server URL box on the Project ribbon tab, then go to the LiveDocs ribbon tab of Project home. Check the check box next to the name of a remote corpus to add this corpus to your project.