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When designing a page or screen layout, it is important to consider whether different text direction may need to be accommodated in the final product. The design should be flexible enough to support this functionality of text direction. Paper Size Printing onto paper is another aspect of language rendering. Except in North America, most countries use the paper sizes specified by ISO 216, which is based on the metric system. S. and ISO 216 types of paper. Although Japan has adopted the ISO 216 paper sizes, it still has different standards for the sizes of folders, defined in the JIS P 0138-61 standard (Kuhn, 2002).

1. OVERVIEW 19 SUMMARY As was mentioned at the beginning of this chapter, it is very hard to explain all aspects of globalization in one book, let alone in one chapter. This chapter is intended to give a real-world checklist of actions required to successfully globalize a product. In addition, it highlights a few key issues. In the remaining chapters, experts in this field describe the issues in more detail and provide information regarding how differences across cultures and languages affect design.

Spelling The same language used in different countries can have different spelling rules. K. English. ) internationalisation programme colour centre It is important that the users feel the language is theirs and not an imported version from another country. This means that content prepared for one locale should be reviewed for appropriateness before use in another locale that speaks the same language. Text Expansion When translating from English to other languages, text can expand as much as 30% to 200%.

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