DTP is the name given to a set of activities related to preparing materials for print using a computer. The DTP process starts when text and images are entered on the computer. The next part of the process is fundamental — preparing the publication by laying out the individual elements and including information for the printer and bookbinder. The final activity involves saving the layout in the form of a post-script or PDF file.
mLingua usually offers DTP services for texts we have translated – our tasks usually involve creating an accurate reconstructions of the original electronic or hard copy version of an advertising leaflet, book or brochure in other languages with, perhaps, the contents further adapted to a given culture. To prepare the graphic layout of translations, we use the most popular software for PC and Apple, including Adobe InDesign, Adobe FrameMaker, Adobe PageMaker, Adobe Acrobat, QuarkXPress, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Corel Draw and AutoCAD.
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