Translating on the fly


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Translating on the fly

While previous versions of Word had Translation tools and a Translation Task Pane, the Mini Translator is a new tool in Word 2010. If you frequently work with documents that are written in more than one language, or if you want to make it much easier to access the Office Translation tools, you'll like this feature. Before you can use the Mini Translator, you will need to turn it on and set it up. On the Review tab, under Translate, you'll find Choose Translation Language. In the Mini Translator language, you choose one language that you are going to use for most of your documents; I'm choosing English (U.S.).

You could also, at same time, set your document translation languages that are used by the Translation Task Pane. These are not used by the Mini Translator. But if you have some text, what would you normally want to translate it from, these are simply default settings. Spanish (International Sort), because I'm dealing with a lot of documents that have some Spanish in the...

Translating on the fly
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Translating on the fly provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Word 2010 New Features

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