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Most commonly translated Turkish words

Following on from our recent series, we are looking at most commonly translated Turkish words Continue reading


Days searching for a PDF editor!

Dear all,

I was trying to adapt one PDF containing text and images, namely to replace the original text by its translation to my own language and to keep the layout and mainly images untouched. It was a page from downloaded catalogue.
I spent more than 2 day searching on internet to find any product being able to do that. Later I found that the original text was not most probably created as pure PDF but was changed to PDF format by some technique (I am not specialist in that field). Anyway the PDF Editor of Iceni was the only program which allowed me to do that task.

It took me 2 days searching, but it was worth it. Thanks to Iceni.

Best regards, Zbynek


Commonly Translated Italian Words & Phrases

This month, the beautiful country of Italy is under our spotlight.
We take a closer look at some of the most commonly translated Italian words, so you don’t have to! Continue reading


Commonly Used Canadian Words & Phrases

This month, we are looking at Canada. Typically, in Canada, they speak English or Canadian French, so instead, we are looking at a few of the phrases that Canadians use in everyday life, and what they mean. Can you add anything to the list? Continue reading


Commonly Translated Czech Words

Carrying on with our translation series, our attention falls to the Czech Republic and we have had a closer look at some of the most commonly translated words, so that you don’t have to!

Czech – English

Czech Word English Translation
se with
je them
a and
jsem I
co what
si the
díky thanks
není zač
you’re welcome
jste you
jako like

English – Dutch

English Word Dutch Translation
goodbye sbohem
Hello
Dobrý den,
nice
pěkný
here
zde
country
země
can
může
yes ano
no ne
is je
it to

Image: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Czech_Republic_stub.svg

 


Commonly Translated Dutch Words

Following on in our translation series, this month we have been looking at the most common words to be translated into Dutch, and vice versa – and we’re not talking about “Dunglish” either Continue reading


French Words, Translated

So far we have examined commonly translated Russian and German words. This month we thought we’d investigate another country whose translation services benefit from PDF editing software: France. Below are lists of some of the most commonly used words in French and English and their translations. Continue reading


German Words, Translated

Following on from our blog on the most common Russian words to be translated into English, we have also had a look at the most common German words below: Continue reading


Russian Words, Translated

 

One of the biggest users of Infix are translation companies; the fact Infix allows you so much control over your PDF documents, even without the source file, is a big plus and as such it is common for translation companies to use us when they need to convert a PDF from one language to another!

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Freelance PDF Translation with Infix

As a freelance translator, I struggled for years with PDF-to-Word converters (I’ve tried them all, and there are many) and had mixed results, but the clean-up process was invariably time-consuming, having to run macros and specialized software, and get rid of pesky tags…

But with Infix, I can simply export all the text within a PDF to simple XML for easy processing in my CAT software. Even the most complex page layouts are supported.

When I brought up a minor issue with the program, support got back to me immediately – and great, fast, reliable support is a huge relief in my business, where every minute counts.

Iceni Infix is a unique offering in the plethora of PDF applications, it stands out as the de-facto best way to handle them as a freelance translator.

Many thanks to the team for an amazing product!

– Marc Rizkallah