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How to Translate InDesign Files

InDesign files require special attention in order to achieve an efficient and complete translation. This is because, unlike other file formats, the documents created with InDesign have a main file (with either an .indd or .idml extension) which contains the structure of the document. Complementing this main file are the so-called “links” and “fonts”. “Links” […]

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What is the Translation Process?

At Trusted Translations Inc. we are known for the 3-Step Translation Process. Many times, when clients call us to request a quote for a translation, they are stunned by our 3-step-translation process including our Quality Assurance Procedure. In the following paragraphs, I will explain how this really works. The process basically starts once the Account […]

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What is MultiTerm?

If you are a translator working with the Trados CAT tool, you may have seen a component called MultiTerm in your product package. So, just what is this tool and how practical is it for every-day translation jobs? MultiTerm is ideal for translators working with bilingual glossaries or ongoing projects with highly specific terminology. Many […]

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Importing and Exporting Translation Memories

When delivering projects to larger translation agencies or clients who use the Trados CAT tool, learning how to export and import translation memories is fundamental for smooth deliveries. Instead of delivering the five files that generate the translation memory (TM), which usually implies a large file size, you can simply export your TM into an […]

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