Knowledgebase : Other > AnyMem > Basic and advanced operations
1. Run AnyMem 2.0. 2. Connect to the document you are going to translate by clicking the menu Document > Connect. 3. Load the appropriate translation memory, or create a new translation memory by clicking the menu "Memory > Open" or "Memory > New", re...
You can add or remove elements in the Document Source and Translation Memory fields by editing AnyMem templates. To open the template editor, please do the following: - On the Settings menu, point to Templates and click the Editor command. This will o...
If the New and Open commands in the Memory menu are greyed out, this means that a translation memory is already open in AnyMem. Before loading a different translation memory, or creating a new one, please close the currently used memory first. To close a ...
To enable the AnyMem toolbar, please open the MS Office toolbar settings tab and do the following: - On the Service menu point to Settings, then click the Toolbars command. - Click the AnyMem toolbar in the list. If this does not help, try reinstal...
The current version of AnyMem is an MS Word macro.
We have tested AnyMem with Trados, and did not find any conflicts. When AnyMem is launched, Trados will automatically close. In case of any problems, please use the "Fix Document" option in Trados or AnyMem.
Question: Is AnyMem able to manage tagged files in order to translate, for example, HTML, Adobe PDF, PageMaker, FrameMaker, Interleaf files without necessarily installing the relevant, original Desktop Publishing program? Answer: At the moment there is ...
Currently, AnyMem can search for a certain word in the TM, and return contexts in which the searched word was used. The next version will feature integration with the AnyLexic Terminology Management software. More information about AnyLexic can be found a...
1. Open AnyMem. 2. Open your TMX (Memory>Open). 3. Connect to the original DOC file(the file to translate) (Document>Connect). 4. Choose Document>Pretranslate 5. Set settings for matches and press the Pretranslate button. 6. Wait until the document i...
1. Open your memory file or create a New memory file from the Memory tab in the menu bar. 2. Click "Analyze" from the Document tab in the menu bar. 3. Add the documents you wish to analyze and click the Analyze button in the lower part of the window.
In MS Word 2007, the AnyMem toolbar is found in the Add-ins tab.