Join Diane Burns for an in-depth discussion in this video Strategy overview, part of Adapting an English Layout into Spanish with InDesign.
…For this third and final project in our course we'll take a look at…a document that is a little bit…more complexed and involved then our previous examples.…We're going to work on a spanish catalog and take a look at…issues that can come up with any loan document that has more complex elements.…Here is our English document.…We have a cover and we are going to work on…one inside spread of what is part of a much longer catalog.…I'll zoom a little bit here.…We have lots of text and some illustrations with captions.…
We are going to create a Spanish of the same document.…With a cover, and the same inside pages.…Including an illustration with call outs.…We are going to focus mostly on this one spread and look at all…the various elements we need to change to make a Spanish version of the catalog.…We'll be creating an entirely separate document for this Spanish version.…We are not going to simply add a new layer for the Spanish text.…There is various reasons for this.…For one thing, as we discussed in earlier lesson, if you put one language per layer,…
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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