Maquetación multilingüe

Traduzca sus folletos con confianza

Si trabaja con sistemas de maquetación, como InDesign y Publisher, probablemente ya sabe que traducir contenidos en esos formatos va más allá de una simple traducción. Debe tener en cuenta conceptos con los que no está familiarizado, como el porcentaje de ampliación del texto, los saltos de línea y las fuentes.

Nuestro servicio de maquetación multilingüe le evita quebraderos de cabeza: combina la pericia de técnicos de maquetación y traductores profesionales, que trabajan en equipo para garantizar que sus contenidos finales tengan el texto y el formato que usted quiere para cada mercado objetivo.

Si lo desea, puede completar este servicio con la revisión del cliente para que el equipo del país compruebe los contenidos antes de imprimirlos. Puede compaginarlo también con nuestra solución de integración de DMS, de modo que los ficheros se exporten automáticamente para la traducción sin tener que enviar ni recibir ficheros grandes por correo electrónico.

NUESTRO SERVICIO DE MAQUETACIÓN MULTILINGÜE GARANTIZA QUE TODO ESTÉ CORRECTO ANTES DE LA IMPRESIÓN

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