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Desktop publishing, is also known as Desktop Publishing System, or DTP. It covers text layout, image color separation, graphic editing and synthesis, creative design and output of color pictures or separation of color film. It brings a bright future for printing, publishing, packaging and decoration, advertising design and other industries. Desktop publishing (DTP) is a very rapid new technology developed in recent years. It has changed the traditional publishing process and technology. DTP is the use of computers for creative design, color image processing and complex layout.

Desktop publishing, in the general sense, refers to text editing, layout design, and graphic image processing through a computer system, and the typesetting work that meets the publishing requirements. The desktop publishing in the area of localization refers to the re-layout of original documents (such as operation manuals, product samples, leaflets, etc.) in one language in one or more target languages to form different language versions.

Desktop publishing services include page layout, template creation, graphics localization, hard copy, and online file output. Translation expert network configuration super-strong hardware and software systems, capable of PC and Mac graphics software and layout software, including FrameMaker, PageMaker, InDesign, QuarkXpress, Illustrator, Freehand, CorelDraw, MS Word, Powerpoint, etc., can be effective Process all kinds of original documents, such as files generated by tools such as Framemaker, Pagemaker, Quark, InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop or MS Word. After translation, according to the unique requirements of the Chinese market, re-layout or typesetting according to customer requirements can also be a customer. Provide multilingual DTP and desktop publishing services for local and overseas markets, covering Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Japanese, Korean, English, Russian, German, French, Spanish, Arabic, Italian, Mongolian, Vietnamese Text and other languages and minority languages including Tibetan and Uighur.