A translation is generally calculated in accordance with standard lines (1 line = 55 characters, including blanks). Sometimes – particularly in the Netherlands or Great Britain – it is calculated in accordance with the number of words. Unless otherwise agreed, the calculation is based on the amount of text in the target language.
I would be glad to make you a non-binding offer for your texts free of charge. An exact cost estimate is best made on the basis of a Word file. However, if you don’t have a Word file, I will gladly accept other file formats – including PDF – as a basis for my offer. These files can then be turned into a countable format using a conversion program and text recognition software. Naturally you can also send me your text as a scanned graphics file or by fax.
Just contact me!
I am looking forward to cooperating with you.