Office 2010: Translate full document using Microsoft Translator

With the combination of Microsoft Office 2010 and Microsoft Translator, you can easily’ve an entire document translated into one of many different languages. Start Word 2010 application and either open a document or type some text. Click Review tab, and then the Translate Button in the ribbon. Click Translate Document option. When you click on it the […]

With the combination of Microsoft Office 2010 and Microsoft Translator, you can easily’ve an entire document translated into one of many different languages.

  1. Start Word 2010 application and either open a document or type some text.
  2. Click Review tab, and then the Translate Button in the ribbon.
  3. Click Translate Document option.
  4. When you click on it the first time, it’ll bring up the Translation Language Options dialog, (or you can click on the Choose Your Translation Language option)
  5. Here, you can choose what language you’d like to have your document translated from and into.  Click the arrow in the From and To lists to choose the respective languages.
  6. Once you’ve chosen the respective languages to translate the document From and To, – click OK to save the selection and close the dialog.
  7. If you had selected Translate Document in step 4 – you’ll be presented with a dialog.  (If, in step 5 you had selected Choose Your Translation Language, now go ahead and select Translate Document as documented in step 4).
  8. If you elect to send the document for translation – an internet browser window’ll appear with your original text on the left and the translated text on the right.

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