Word has a built-in language translator, which was updated in Office 2019 and Office 365 to work much more smoothly. This video shows how to translate an entire document or a small selection of text in a Word document.
- [Instructor] Word has a built-in language translator which was updated to work more seamlessly in Office 2019 and Office 365, Go to the review ribbon and open the translate menu. To get a translated version of the full document, choose translate document. If it's your first time, you must turn on intelligent services. Set the original language and the language you want to translate to. Auto detect usually works, but you can also manually set the original language.
Click the translate button, then your translated version of the document will open in a separate window. Alternatively, you can select a portion of text, then choose translate selection from the translate menu. Confirm the settings, then click insert to swap the translated text into the document.
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