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Desktop Publishing

EVS Translations offers a variety of multilingual desktop publishing and graphic design services to meet the unique requirements of your project.

Desktop Publishing Experts

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We have the in-house resources, experience, and tools to complete even the most challenging projects:

  • Advertisements & catalogs
  • Annual & quarterly reports
  • Books & brochures
  • Tender documents
  • Clinical studies & drug development documents
  • Guides and manuals
  • IFRS accounting
  • Labels and packaging
  • Magazines & multimedia presentations
  • Newsletters & posters
  • Press releases & websites

Customized and Flexible Solutions

The close cooperation between our desktop publishing solution experts, native translators, and editors responsible for the linguistic part of the project, combined with the use of the latest software applications available, ensures that we can provide the best solution for your desktop publishing project. Examples of supported file formats:

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