Link documents (in LiveDocs)
In the Link documents window, you can tell memoQ how to link two documents in a LiveDocs corpus. When there are two monolingual documents in a LiveDocs corpus, you can link them together.
After you link them together, the two will become an aligned document pair.
In a LiveDocs corpus, every document has a language. This is how memoQ knows which languages it needs to use for the new document pair.
After you link two documents, memoQ aligns them. It links each segment in the translation to another segment in the source document.
This is fully automatic, but the links are just guesses from memoQ. In most cases, they will be correct, but you may need to review them.
Once the two documents are imported and aligned, the translations are ready to use. memoQ will immediately return matches from them in the translation editor.
How to get here
Or: Open an online project for management (requires memoQ project manager). In the memoQ online project window, choose LiveDocs. In the list at the top, select a LiveDocs corpus. Make sure its check box is checked.
Or: Open the Resource console. Choose LiveDocs. Select a LiveDocs corpus in the list at the top.
2.In the list at the bottom, click the first monolingual document. Press and hold down Ctrl, then click the second monolingual document.
3.On the LiveDocs ribbon, click Link documents.
What can you do?
1.Choose source and target language: Click the radio button of the source language of the document pair.
2.Choose what happens to the original documents: memoQ copies both documents into the document pair. After that, memoQ keeps the source document, but removes the target documents.
▪If you want to remove the source document: Check the Remove source document check box.
▪If you want to keep the target document: Clear the Remove source document check box.
When you finish
To align the two documents, and return to the LiveDocs corpus: Click OK.
To return to the LiveDocs corpus, and not link the two documents: Click Cancel.