Find and replace in a term base
In the Find term dialog, you can search for words or expressions in a term base. If the content is editable, you can replace specific occurrences with a specified text.
You can invoke the Find term dialog when the Term base editor is active, by choosing Find or Replace from the Operations menu. Alternatively, you can press Ctrl+F for Find, or Ctrl+H for Replace.
|·||Find what: Use this drop-down list to enter the text you are looking for.|
Note: The Find what text field is a drop-down list where the previous texts you entered are retained until you quit memoQ.
|·||Replace with: Use this drop-down list to enter the text with which you want the text entered into the drop-down list labeled Find what to be replaced.|
Note: The Replace with text field is a drop-down list where the previous texts you entered are retained until you quit memoQ.
|·||Anywhere in term: Select this radio button to mark both whole word matches and substring matches.|
|·||Only whole words: Select this radio button to mark only whole words as matches (substring matches are ignored).|
|·||Entire term: Select this radio button to mark only whole terms as matches (subterm matches are ignored).|
|·||Match case: Check this check box to run a case-sensitive search. If checked, the replace expression is always inserted without adjustment.|
|·||Wrap around: Check this check box to continue searching from the beginning of the document until the starting point of the search is reached, if no more occurrences are found.|
|·||Find next: Click this button to look for the text entered into the Find what drop-down list or to jump to the next occurrence.|
|·||Replace: Click this button to replace the current occurrence of the text entered into the Find what drop-down list with the text entered into the Replace with drop-down list. Make sure the check box labeled Replace is checked.|
|·||Replace all: Click this button to replace all the occurrences.|
After you finish searching/replacing, click Close to dismiss the dialog.