Join Diane Burns for an in-depth discussion in this video Modifying and translating image files, part of Adapting an English Layout into Spanish with InDesign.
…Our Spanish catalog is almost complete, but there are a few…changes we need to make to a couple of our images.…One, is we need to change the call outs on this illustration to Spanish.…But before we do that, let's step back and…look at another change we might want to consider.…As we discussed in an earlier video, you want to always keep your audience in mind.…And if we look at the photos of the people…in this catalog, we'll swap out this first photo for…another more appropriate image.…The easiest way to swap images is to use the Links panel.…
I'll select this image and then open the Links panel.…That image is highlighted in the panel.…Next, we'll use the relink icon to switch to a different photo.…This looks better.…Now, I'll simply click open to put that image into the layout.…When we use relink, End Design uses the same settings, or the same…transformations, scaling, and so forth, that were…in the previous image that was there.…And it works pretty good here.…I like the position and I like the sides.…That's a little better.…
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- How to get your text translated
- Prepping files for translation
- Inserting special characters in Spanish text
- Creating a bilingual sign
- Setting up different languages on different layers
- Formatting Spanish text
- Translating image files