Posted 03 August 2016 - 12:55 PM
Happy to help, Neill!
Selecting the text, then using Language>Parsing will give you the text and the morphological details. Yes, the information will paste very nicely into Excel (
save for the parentheses which appear backwards Correction: the newest version of Excel handles the parentheses correctly. See screenshots.). However, all the parsing information for each word winds up in a single cell. If you want to put each aspect (stem, number, etc.) into its own cell, you'll have to use Text Edit or MS Word to replace the white spaces in the parsing with tabs, then paste it in separately. Even then you'll have to do some manual cuts and pastes to make everything uniform.
Still, this is far better than typing it all in by hand! (which we all used to have to do, back in the "dark ages"!)
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