How to look up terms on the Internet with IntelliWebSearch – Brief Overview
IntelliWebSearch is designed to save translators, interpreters, editors and terminologists time when searching the web. Pressing a convenient shortcut key copies selected text from your translation environment, opens your browser and sends the copied text to any number of search engines, on-line dictionaries or on-line encyclopaedias together with other customizable instructions.
How to do a simple search on the Internet
Select a word or phrase in your favourite translation environment, press CTRL+ALT+B (by default), edit the search string if need be and click an icon. Your chosen search engine, online dictionary, online encyclopaedia or local dictionary appears with your search results.
How to use the Return shortcut
Another convenient shortcut key combination (CTRL+ALT+C by default) copies any text you select in your favourite browser/local dictionary to the Clipboard and returns you to your translation environment, where you can choose to paste it in using the application’s own paste function (Edit>Paste or CTRL+V).
How to look up terms in several websites at the same time – GroupSearch
To look up a word or phrase in all the resources in the displayed group (almost) simultaneously, you can choose GroupSearch.