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Link InDesign tables to Excel

Link InDesign tables to Excel

A quick and easy step-by-step (with screenshots) guide on how to import in InDesign a linking spreadsheet that you can update from Excel.
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Productivity is king

Productivity is king

At Redokun we always value user experience as one of the most important considerations when developing our platform. Good user experience creates less difficulty when beginning to use the tool (or convincing your colleagues it’s worth trying) and, more importantly, increased productivity. We realized we could take a couple of small steps further ...
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Keeping an eye on the translation status with the new Dashboard

Keeping an eye on the translation status with the new Dashboard

When you are working in a team of many people or have many documents being translated, having a complete overview of the process is quite important. Being up-to-date on the project’s status and checking if someone in your team is behind schedule can result in delayed shipping. Dashboard This week we introduced a long-awaited feature, which we’v...
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Pretranslate using ContextMatch

Pretranslate using ContextMatch

A lot of marketing material and technical documents produced by companies (catalogs, brochures, etc.) share a fair amount of copy between different documents. Take a user manual for example. A company that produces many products would use the same intro, warnings, advice and sometimes procedures in each manual they create. When producing a new prod...
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InDesign: Export text in XLIFF format for translation

InDesign: Export text in XLIFF format for translation

One of the things that helps you save time on translating your files is giving your translators the tool they need to work better and quickly. We are constantly focused on that, that’s why you have two translation methods in Redokun. InDesign translation: XLIFF export and import Lately we focused on improving the feature that enables to export te...
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19 Tips To Optimize Your InDesign File For Translation (Free eBook)

Free InDesign eBook
A short guide for InDesign users who work on multilingual projects. It'll give you an exhaustive look into the issue of creating an InDesign document ready for translation.

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