Difference between revisions of "Chaining Files together in Wordfast Pro 5"

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When files are chained together, auto-propagation will also propagate repetitions across all the files so if you decide to change a repetition later in your translate, it will change all of them in every file.
 
When files are chained together, auto-propagation will also propagate repetitions across all the files so if you decide to change a repetition later in your translate, it will change all of them in every file.
  
From the '''Current Project''' view > '''Project Files''' tab:
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From the '''''Current Project''''' view > '''''Project Files''''' tab:
 
# Select any number of files you want to chain together.
 
# Select any number of files you want to chain together.
# Click on the ''Chain Files'' icon.
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# Click on the '''''Chain Files''''' icon.
  
[[File:Chain_files.jpg]]
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[[File:Chain_files.png]]

Revision as of 05:32, 29 January 2019

Chaining files together is useful when you have several files in a project. You can open all of them as a single file, instead of opening each one individually, translating, saving, closing, etc. When files are chained together, auto-propagation will also propagate repetitions across all the files so if you decide to change a repetition later in your translate, it will change all of them in every file.

From the Current Project view > Project Files tab:

  1. Select any number of files you want to chain together.
  2. Click on the Chain Files icon.

Chain files.png