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How to handle search results

When the TM search has results, these are displayed in the document by default. You do not have to edit the results immediately, but eventually you will have to select a translation. There is a special, easy-to-use command to achieve this:

       Select translation (Alt+Shift+Return)  :

When TUs are found in the translation memory, and you want to select a translation, locate the cursor in the translation you want to go on with and execute this command.

If you go to the next translation unit without selecting a translation, the search results are preserved, and you can go back later to this translation unit to select and edit a translation.

       Select translation stepwise (Alt+Ctrl+Shift+Return):

This is an alternative to the above command Select translation. The selection of the translation result is executed step by step rather than in one single step.

       Select translation and open next TU (Alt+Ctrl+Shift+Down):

This is a combination of the commands Select translation and Open next translation unit.

       Select translation and open previous TU (Alt+Ctrl+Shift+Up):

This is a combination of the commands Select translation and Open previous translation unit.

       Select translation and pre-translate until manual editing is required (Alt+Shift+F8):

This is a combination of the commands Select translation and Pre-translate until next TU where manual editing is required.