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Just one thought here. If you click Next when creating a two-column RTF export, you have these options below:
I think the option to not include locked rows may be what you need here. I just did that last week with a translation. The documents were part running text that needed reviewing, and part tables with basically product names that did not. I first translated the running text only; with Clear translations and an on-the-fly filter, locked all other segments; then went on to export, effectively, only confirmed segments, scattered around the whole document. These were then reviewed by the agency and sent back to me, while in the meantime I happily churned away at the rest of the document on my end. As soon as the RTF is exported, you no longer need the locking within the project, I removed that right away.
Within a document, row numbers are preserved this way. (With views, they are also preserved, but of course the RTF shows the row numbers from the view itself, not the various documents on which the view is based.)