Adobe InDesign: using Japanese
Thread poster: Natalya Zelikova

Natalya Zelikova  Identity Verified
Poland
Local time: 00:51
Member (2003)
English to Russian
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Nov 18, 2003

Dear colleagues,

Can anyone give me an advice as for how I can use Japanese in Adobe InDesign?
If there are any fonts or software I need to install, please mention where I can
get them.

Thank you in advance,
Natalya


 

Jean-François Pineau  Identity Verified
Local time: 00:51
German to French
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Japanese version of InDesign Nov 18, 2003

Hello,

there's a special version of InDesign for the japanese typography.
You can find information here:
http://www.adobe.co.jp/products/indesign/
http://www.pfeifferreport.com/ind_j_project.html


 

Libin PhD  Identity Verified
Chinese to English
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You can also buy it from http://www.asiasoft.com/ Nov 18, 2003

Natalya Zelikova wrote:

Dear colleagues,

Can anyone give me an advice as for how I can use Japanese in Adobe InDesign?
If there are any fonts or software I need to install, please mention where I can
get them.

Thank you in advance,
Natalya


You can also buy InDesign Japanese version from AsiaSoft. See the following link:
http://www.asiasoft.com/search_products?language=japanese&platform=windows&xoffset=11


or just go to: http://www.asiasoft.com and browse the site. There are a lot of localized Japanese software there.

Bin Li


 


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