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Backing up projects using Language Terminal
Posted by P├ęter Botta on 18 February 2013 08:45 AM

Title: Backing up projects using Language Terminal

Description: You can back up and restore your projects using the Dashboard or the Manage projects dialog in memoQ. When you back up a project, memoQ also makes a copy of all resources (translation memories, term bases, LiveDocs corpora, and light resources) that are used in the project. You can choose to back up to a location on your computer or to Language Terminal.

To back up a project at Language Terminal, follow these steps:

  1. Open memoQ. In the Dashboard, select the project you wish to back up, then click the Backup selected link below the project list.
  2.  The Backup selected projects dialog appears: Choose the Store backup online in Language Terminal option.
    Note: You need to be signed in to your Language Terminal account to back up your project there.
    Click OK to back up your project in Language Terminal. The project is now being uploaded to Language Terminal, and stored there. Click Cancel to cancel the back up process.
  3.  If you are not already signed in, sign in to Language Terminal at Navigate to Project backups. In the Backup file name section, you see your project backed up as *.mqbkf file.

See also the Knowledge Base article on restoring a project from Language Terminal.

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