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Translations and DTP from Right to Left

We have to pay special attention when translating languages that are written from right to left, as what is a “no-brainer” for native speakers may not be for readers of an alphabet in the opposite direction. Within this group of readers we can also include clients, who often ask for our advice on some issues […]

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What Services Does DTP Include?

Desktop publishing (DTP) is a very important service that Trusted Translations provides. Of course, the graphic layout of a document is of greater or lesser importance depending on the kind of material it deals with. Generally, though, unless a document consists of a few simple spreadsheets or a plain text file, almost every project will […]

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Why Include DTP Services in Your Project?

In other posts we have defined DTP (Desktop Publishing) within the realm of translation. Simply put, it is the use of computer programs for the treatment of graphic displays, in combination with other tools for layout and design, printers and a long list of items that work as aids for the entire process. Normally the documents […]

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INDD files and DTP

Indd files are those created with Adobe InDesign. Adobe InDesign is a design program that is used for design work such as posters, brochures, manuals, magazines, books, etc. When a client sends its material in indd files, it is processed in a somewhat more complex manner than when the material is made in simpler programs […]

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How to Translate Microsoft Visio Files

Computer Assisted Translation tools (or CAT tools) recognize text from a great diversity of file formats, thus are able to calculate the word count and analyze how many of them match those saved in the Translation Memory (or TM, for short), in order to achieve a faster translation process and maintain consistency with previous translations. […]

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