Use terms after adding them to glossary

After adding terms to your glossary, you can use terms repeatedly without looking them up again. There are two methods to use them.

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Method 1: Auto-suggestion

- Place your cursor in the edit area. ❶
- Terms will automatically show up (auto-suggest) below the source texts when the source contains them. ❷
- Click on the term to paste it into the edit area.

Terms added to your glossary will auto show up if the source texts contain it.

Please noted that:

Auto-suggestion is only available when terms in the source texts are identical to those added to your glossary. For example, if you add "possibility" to your glossary, while the source texts contain "possibilities," then "possibility" will not show up.
Auto-suggestion is case insensitive.
Auto-suggestion supports languages including English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Turkish, Danish, Catalan, Indonesian, Greek, Latvian, Polish, Finnish, Arabic, Russian, Bulgarian, Norwegian, Czech, Dutch, Swedish, and Romanian.

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Method 2: Quick compose

- Place your cursor in the edit area.
- Entering the first character of a term in its source or target form, then you will see the complete translation of the term.
- You can choose to insert the complete translation with the RIGHT key on your keyboard.







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Auto-suggestion and Quick compose (video)

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