In this video, staff author Jess Stratton shows users how to use the translation tool to directly swap translated text into a PowerPoint slide.
- [Jess] My name is Jess Stratton,…and welcome to this week's edition of…PowerPoint Tips Weekly.…This week, I'm going to show you and easy way to…translate your slides into different languages.…This is useful if you need to present it…in a different language,…send it off to somebody else to use or present,…or even create handouts or other printable slides.…I have one very simple slide here.…I'm going to start, by clicking and dragging…to select my text.…From here, change to the Review ribbon tab,…click Translate, and then select…Translate Selected Text.…
You are going to get a pop-up,…that your text is going to be sent…over the internet in a secured format to Microsoft,…which will then come back to be translated.…So, as long as you're okay with that,…click Yes, and the research pane will open…on the right-hand side.…Here's where you can see your translation.…You can choose your From language,…and your Translation To language.…I'll keep French.…And here I can see my translated text.…I have two options.…I can insert it, and I can click this button directly…
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