Using Microsoft Terminology for software localization
Now you can boost software localization productivity and quality by using Microsoft Terminology in Lingobit Localizer.
Microsoft Terminology is a spreadsheet with translations that contains terms used in Windows Vista and Office 2007. By using Microsoft terminology data with Lingobit Localizer you can get a more consistent user experience across the products you are using and developing.
How to use Microsoft Terminology
In order to use Microsoft Terminology for software localization you need to import it into Lingobit Localizer terminology. Follow these simple steps to start using it.
1. Download Microsoft Terminology from http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=25018024-2DFD-4229-9763-05F78FEAF2FF
2. Extract .CSV file
3. Click Project\Terminology\Import in Lingobit Localizer
4. Select Text Files filter and click Open
5. Terminology files usually contains header with additional information. You don't need it, so use Start import at row to start import from the beginning of the spreadsheet. Then click Next.
6. Select column with original and target language of localization. Then click finish
7. Imported terminology will appear at Terminology item in Navigation panel
Now you can use Terminology to localize your software and to ensure translation consistency.