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Tips for Using InDesign Table Styles

May 22, 2017 Comments

Table styles are a frequently used feature of InDesign. A table style is a collection of table formatting attributes, such as table borders and row and column strokes, which can be applied in a single step....

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Document Translation
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InDesign, dtp, desktop publishing
Document Translation Tips: Effectively Comment in PDFs

May 18, 2017 Comments

This blog will cover the most effective ways to comment in PDFs for document localization projects. There are many tools to use and it’s sometimes hard to know which one will get your revision comment across without creating confusion. The goal is to decrease the time spent going back and forth betw...

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Document Translation
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document translation
Creating Master Pages for your Template in FrameMaker

April 27, 2017 Comments

When beginning a new document project, you should always create master pages to ensure consistency and save time. Documents typically have a title page, TOC, LOF, LOT and a glossary or reference section. If you do not create master pages, you will have to create each page every time. In a 250 page d...

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Category:
Document Translation
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framemaker
Steps to Convert Your Scanned Arabic Text to Microsoft Word

April 06, 2017 Comments

It can be difficult and frustrating to find a way to convert your scanned Arabic text into a Microsoft Word document. Recently, some websites and optical character recognition (OCR) tools have made improvements in this area, but many still yield undesirable results....

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Category:
Document Translation
Tags:
Arabic, Microsoft Word
The Importance of Using Styles in FrameMaker

March 10, 2017 Comments

When you need to produce a document, any word processor you choose will likely have the option of working with styles. The style you select will define how paragraphs, fonts, tables, images, page layouts, page breaks, etc. are displayed....

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Document Translation
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framemaker
Structured Writing Part 6: Publishing XML Content

March 09, 2017 Comments

Once you’ve created some XML content using DITA, you’re ready to publish the content to one or more outputs. The building blocks for publishing are the XML files, a DITA map and a style sheet. XML authoring programs offer a range of publishing options. Let’s look at how this works....

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Category:
Document Translation
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structured content

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