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11:01 Jul 18, 2001
German to English translations [PRO]
Marketing
German term or phrase: QuarkXpress or Layout glossary
I am just wondering if there may be a QuarkXpress glossary (English/German) out there similar to the Windows glossary or something for layout terms.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Antje
Antje Ruppert
United States
Local time: 18:29
English translation:2nd thought ...
Explanation:
By searching for "Quark Quarkxpress german glossary" you will often turn up the German and, somewhere nearby, the English version of what you want as a pdf file.

Download both, or access them through google.

I hope you like this little bit of research. Sorry I overlooked your request for it to be bilingual.

HTH

Matthew13
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Matthew Harris
Germany
Local time: 00:29
Grading comment
I do like your research and am always impressed how you get these
results. I do own a browser and did look at google, the
Eurodicautom and other places before I resorted to asking other
ProZ but I get discouraged with the overload or cannot pinpoint
results as well as you, obviously.

So I thank you very much for your help and efforts.

Antje
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Summary of answers provided
na2nd thought ...
Matthew Harris
nafound one - but fairly short
Matthew Harris
nahere!Marcus Malabad


  

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9 mins
here!


Explanation:
http://teachers.k12.sd.us/rk014/Quark curric 2000/Q_outls/Q_...

Marcus Malabad
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11 mins
found one - but fairly short


Explanation:
There must be a more detailed one out there. Have you got a browser? Try searching using a search engine. This will usually give you what you need.


    Reference: http://cjs.cadmus.com/da/pages/glossary.html
Matthew Harris
Germany
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27 mins
2nd thought ...


Explanation:
By searching for "Quark Quarkxpress german glossary" you will often turn up the German and, somewhere nearby, the English version of what you want as a pdf file.

Download both, or access them through google.

I hope you like this little bit of research. Sorry I overlooked your request for it to be bilingual.

HTH

Matthew13


    Reference: http://www.kme.panasonic.co.jp/saga/manual/german/windows/84...
    Reference: http://www.kme.panasonic.co.jp/saga/manual/english/windows/8...
Matthew Harris
Germany
Local time: 00:29
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 88
Grading comment
I do like your research and am always impressed how you get these
results. I do own a browser and did look at google, the
Eurodicautom and other places before I resorted to asking other
ProZ but I get discouraged with the overload or cannot pinpoint
results as well as you, obviously.

So I thank you very much for your help and efforts.

Antje
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