Word 2003: Translate Text to Different Languages

   Posted January 1, 2004 by David Kirk in Microsoft Word

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Word 2003 now includes the ability to easily translate text to different languages.

The latest version of word now has the ability to translate parts of your document to different languages. It does this by submitting your selected text to a translation web engine.

1. Select the text you want translated.
2. Right click on the highlighted text.
3. Select Translate from the context menu.
4. The research pane will open.
5. Select the language to which you want to translate.
6. A translation of your selection will be shown under the WorldLingo section.

You can also select Translate whole document from the research pane to open a web page that contains a translation of your entire document.


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