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August 14, 2015

Most of the training and development programs have in addition to content in Microsoft Word, presentations for translation on Powerpoint. When creating material such as tables and/or forms, it is important to consider if there is sufficient space as text will usually expand when translated. This point also applies to the Powerpoint presentations and will require additional time for editing/formatting.

We will work with you to create a project brief (for our teams to familiarise themselves with your company processes and/or equipment) and style guide (to understand your brand and tone of voice). A glossary of company specific terminology will be prepared; we are also able to extract these key words for each project which can be sent with the corresponding translations to you for approval. Should there be any preferential amendments to be made after the project has been completed, these can be done on bilingual Word documents so that any changes made can be captured in a bilingual doc to be saved in our system for future projects.

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