InReview: ID-Extras Translate
Guy van der Kolk reviews an impressive solution for translating InDesign documents.
Producing content in multiple languages is a substantial part of many publishing workflows nowadays. And there are literally hundreds of service providers that offer translation services, though most of them focus primarily on translating the source files, such as text or Word documents. Translation service providers that work with native InDesign files are a bit rarer of a breed, but they do exist—Redokun springs to mind instantly, and a quick Google search reveals a few others. These companies often require the source to be an IDML file, since this exposes the text in an XML format for ease of access.
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