Translating text with the mini-translator


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Translating text with the mini-translator

There is a new Mini Translator in OneNote 2010 that lets you use your mouse to point to a word or a phrase, and see a translation into the language of your choice. Think of how useful this could be for anyone working in a bi- or a multilingual environment. Imagine working in a shared notebook for example with others who speak a different language, or working with content copied from a web site in a foreign language. We are going to test it out using our AGM 2010 notebook with the Speaker section selected. And under the Speaker List page, we are going to select David Rivers.

Now here we've got our bio in English. And we've copied it to create a German version. So the bio will be German. It would make sense then that the word German appears in that language. So we are going to use a Mini Translator to do that. So we'll be translating from English to German. First step is to turn it on. We do that from the Review tab. Now in the Language group, you'll notice a Translate button....

Translating text with the mini-translator
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Translating text with the mini-translator provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the OneNote 2010 New Features

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Business
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OneNote
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