Words to English Translation

December 7, 2014
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You can translate text written in a different language, such as phrases or paragraphs, individual words (by using the Mini Translator), or translate your with Microsoft Office. To translate text into some languages, you might also have to satisfy certain operating system requirements for them –right-to-left languages need specific support, for example.

Note The Translate command is only available in the following Microsoft Office programs: Word, Outlook, OneNote, PowerPoint, Publisher, Excel and Visio.

You can also create a document in one language, and then use a machine translation service to translate it to a different language. For more information, see the section.

Translate a whole file

You can have a whole file translated by a computer and displayed in a web browser. When you choose this kind of translation, the content in your file is sent over the internet to a service provider.

Note Machine translation is helpful for conveying the basic subject matter of the content and for confirming whether the content is relevant to you. For important or sensitive files, human translation is recommended, because machine translation might not preserve the full meaning and tone of the text.

    In the file that you want translated, click Review, in the Language group, click Translate.

    Click Choose Translation Language.

    Under Choose document translation languages click the Translate from and Translate to languages that you want, and then click OK.

    Click Review, in the Language group, click Translate.

    Click Translate Document. The From and To languages that you selected are listed.

A browser instance opens with your file in both the original language and translated into the language that you selected.

Note If this is the first time you have used translation services, click OK to install the bilingual dictionaries and enable the translation service through the Research pane. You can also see which bilingual dictionaries and machine translation services you have enabled by clicking the Translation options link in the Research pane.

Translate selected text

You can translate a phrase, sentence, or paragraph into several selected language pairs in the following Microsoft Office programs: Excel, OneNote, Outlook, PowerPoint, Publisher, Visio, and Word. The translations are shown in the Research pane unless you use the Mini Translator.

    Right-click anywhere in your file and select Translate from the menu to open the Research pane.

    In the Research pane, in the All Reference Books list, click Translation.

    Where is this?

    Do one of the following:

      To translate a specific word, press ALT, and then click a word. The results appear in the Research pane under Translation. If you have the Mini Translator turned on, you can also point to the word that you want translated and the Mini Translator displays the translation. For more information about the Mini Translator, see .

      To translate a short phrase, select the words, press ALT, and then click the selection. The results appear in the Research pane under Translation.

      To translate a word or phrase, type the word or phrase in the Search for box, and then press Enter.

      Notes

        If this is the first time you have used translation services, click OK to install the bilingual dictionaries and enable the translation service through the Research pane.

        You can also which bilingual dictionaries and machine translation services you have enabled by clicking the Translation options link in the Research pane.

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