what is LSO?
Thread poster: Lexica

Lexica
Romanian to English
Oct 25, 2005

Can someone tell me what LSO (language sign-off) is and what it involves?

Thank you


 

Spencer Allman
United Kingdom
Local time: 12:40
Finnish to English
Only a guess really Oct 26, 2005

I think it means some sort of act of verification that a document or text is linguistaically acceptable

 

OMNIAGE
Bulgaria
Local time: 14:40
Member (2004)
English to Hungarian
+ ...
LSO Apr 7, 2006

LSO means Linguistic Sign-off and is generally used together with the QA part of a localization project.

I hope this would help.

Regards,
Jane Stancheva
Translation From To Ltd.


 

Mia Wilson  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 12:40
English
LSO is the final check of a document once it's come back from DTP Sep 15, 2013

LSO involves checking the final version of a document once it's been laid out and finalised by Desktop Publishing. This includes checking overall layout and formatting, fonts, headings, page numbers, lists, figures and generally QA-checking the text in its final form before it goes to be published. If checking a website, LSO also invoves checking that all links work correctly and that pages are laid out logically consistently.

JW Narins
André Lisboa
 


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