Many people start to break a sweat whenever a client or boss asks them to incorporate foreign languages into their layouts. When you hear this, should you head for the hills or should you dive in, add some tools to your toolbox, and expand your capabilities?
It sounds like a no-brainer to me that you would want to expand your tools, as we are living in a fast-paced publishing world where the competition is fierce and the budgets are tight. Being able to work with multilingual projects is a valuable skill that will open up new opportunities for you. So, let’s get started!. . . .
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