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I've just upgraded to the latest InDesign (the one that used to be called InDesign CS 3.0.1 but is now InDesign CS2 [go figure]). Pretty soon I'm going to need to send some publications out to translation groups to translate our doents into other languages. Is there anything special I should know about saving the files for them? They have InDesign CS3 and I have In Design CS2 for Windows....

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    I've just upgraded to the latest InDesign (the one that used to be called InDesign CS 3.0.1 but is now InDesign CS2 [go figure]). Pretty soon I'm going to need to send some publications out to translation groups to translate our doents into other languages.

    Is there anything special I should know about saving the files for them? They have InDesign CS3 and I have In Design CS2 for Windows.
    George Guest

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    You'll need to export to INX and they'll have to update to CS 3.0.1 (838).

    Bob
    Bob_Levine Guest

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    Or give them a PDF.
    Scott_Falkner@adobeforums.com Guest

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    I would definitely go the PDF way.
    We do it since the days of ID 1.5 (when virtually NOBODY had InDesign over here in Belgium) and we never had any serious problems with it (and excellent results).

    Now that ID is becoming the de facto standard for most of my service providers, they still prefer I send them PDF-- no hassle with fonts, missing links and whatsoever.

    You just need to know what you're doing when creating your PDF's, of course...

    Jan
    Jan_Germonpré@adobeforums.com Guest

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    --Ah, should have read you post better -- for translation groups I doubt the PDF way is the best solution... SORRY
    Jan_Germonpré@adobeforums.com Guest

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    --Ah, should have read you post better -- for translation groups I doubt
    the PDF way is the best solution... SORRY




    Yes, Bob must have been the only one that read it thoroughly. The people working with this may need us to convert the files to Word anyway but we would like them to make the changes in InDesign for us ultimately.

    Thanks again Bob.

    Don't know if I'm blind or if the option is just not available but what I'd like to do is export the whole book to INX if I could.

    Do I have to do one by one (one pub at a time)? Is there a script to do this that anyone knows of?
    George Guest

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