Will Lewis reports that Microsoft is ready to take out of the new pairs of languages for Windows Live Translator, but failed to offer any deadline as to when the baking time will be over. “In the future, we plan to release new translation systems in pairs (with a couple of exceptions). I can’t reveal what languages we have planned next, but do expect some new ones soon!” Lewis stated. The new language pairs will come on the heels of Microsoft bridging Windows Live Translator with the Office 2007 and Office 2003 systems. At the start of August 2008, the Redmond giant revealed that Office 2007 and Office 2003 users are now able to integrate Windows Live Translator with the two productivity suites.