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Translating Content in Word 2010
Translating Content in Word 2010
Word 2010 offers you a variety of flexible translation options you can use to translate
content and change the language displayed in the Word window, including the following:
Translate selected words, phrases, or sections
Translate entire documents
Research translation options
Change the language used in Word help screens
Provide ScreenTips in another language
So whether you are preparing a document you plan to translate and share with others,
translating a document from another language you will use yourself, or changing the Word
window to help those who use another language find their way around, Word 2010 has
language features to help you complete your translation tasks.
Tip
By default you can use translation features installed with your version of Microsoft
Word 2010 when you translate words and phrases on the fly. You can choose from
WorldLingo, an online translation utility, and Microsoft Translator, for translation
options. To learn more about your choices, see the section titled “Changing and Adding
Translation Services,” on page 279.
Note
Displaying the Word 2010 ScreenTips in a different language requires that you
download and install Microsoft Office ScreenTip Language. You can download the utility in
32-bit or 64-bit versions (download the version that corresponds with your version of
Word 2010), to display ScreenTips in any of the following languages: Chinese, French,
German, Japanese, Russian, and Spanish. Microsoft Office ScreenTip Language is
available for Word 2010, Excel 2010, OneNote 2010, Outlook 2010, PowerPoint 2010,
Publisher 2010, and Visio Professional 2010. You can download additional languages from
the Microsoft Download Center.
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