Resolve errors and warnings
You cannot export your translations without resolving all errors first. memoQ offers you the opportunity to do so in the Resolve errors and warnings tab, which is displayed either automatically after you run QA, or after you click the Quality Assurance arrow on the Review ribbon tab, and choose Resolve errors and warnings.
If you invoke the Resolve errors and warnings tab (click lower part of the Quality Assurance icon on the Preparation ribbon tab, then choose Resolve Errors And Warnings), you first have to select the scope of the operation. This can be the project, the selected documents, the open document, a selected part of the open document, etc.
The Resolve Errors and Warnings tab consists of the Errors and warnings pane with a list of segments where an error or a warning is encountered. It also displays information on the nature of the problem (error or warning), on its status (resolves or not), etc. If you double-click one of the lines, the document opens and the cursor is positioned to the segment in question. The same happens if you double-click the number of the row in the segment edit part. You can edit the segment as if you were in the translation editor. The edited segment changes in the translation document too.
Making corrections in the Resolve Errors and Warnings tab:
When you are on that tab, you can correct segments. However, auto-propagation is not working. Assuming you correct one sentence, but this sentence is a repetition and occurs several times in the document, then only that one segment is corrected and not automatically all other occurrences. In order to benefit from auto-propagation, open the document instead. Make your corrections in the document instead of the Resolve Errors and Warnings tab. This way, you correct one segment and all other segments being a repetition of this segment are auto-propagated.
When you are working on a translation memory, changes are not automatically committed to it. Click the Save Changes button to save the changes into the translation memory.