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The term base editor contains:

Entry section:

New: Adds a new entry to the term base. You can edit the contents of the entry in the form at the bottom. Shortcut key: Ctrl+N.

Delete: Deletes the selected entries from the term base.


Import/export section:

Import: Imports the contents of a CSV file into the term base.

Export: Exports the contents of the term base into a CSV (comma-separated values) file.


View section:

Properties: Displays the properties of the term base, and lets you edit them.

Tidy Up View: Clears the selection and the entry form at the bottom. As a result, no term base entry will be selected.


Current entry section:

Approve Current Entry: If you are editing a moderated term base, sets the status of the current entry to "approved". This means that the entry will become visible to all users rather than to terminologists and project managers only.

Show Entry History: If you are editing a moderated term base, displays the change history for the current entry in a separate pane. This makes it easier to decide whether or not to approve the entry.

Important: Moderated term bases are always online term bases, that is, they are always stored on a server.


Filter section:

Remove Duplicates: Opens the Filter for duplicates dialog where you can remove duplicates from your term base.

Filter: Displays the Filtering and sorting dialog in which you can specify criteria for filtering and sorting the contents of the term base.


The Duplicates section contains the options for removing or merging duplicates in your term base:

Merge Current [Ctrl+Enter]

Merge Selection [Ctrl+Alt+Enter]

Mark As Master [Ctrl+Space]

Mark For Merge [Ctrl+Alt+Space]

Mark For Deletion [Ctrl+D]

Mark To Skip [Ctrl+Shift+Space]

Back To Normal Editor Mode to leave the duplicate removal mode and to return to the normal term base edit view.


See also:

Filter for duplicates