Webinar: Converting PDF files into a workable format for translators
Thread poster: Siegfried Armbruster

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Nov 15, 2012

Translators have to deal with various types of PDF files on a frequent basis. PDF files might be sent by an agency or end client for translation or the translators might want to use PDFs for alignment purposes, among others.

In this webinar, I will explain and demonstrate the various tools and workflows we use in-house to convert PDF files into Word files that are usable in translation tools. After registration, you will be sent a ZIP file with the various types of PDF files we will be discussing during this webinar (standard PDF, complex PDFs with multiple columns, images and tables, scanned PDFs, scanned distorted PDFs, Fax-PDFs etc.).

For info and registration http://gxplanguageservices.wordpress.com/webinar


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