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Thread: How to Translate Emails In Outlook

  1. #1
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    May 2008

    How to Translate Emails In Outlook

    If you use Outlook 2003 or 2007 and you often receive emails in foreign languages, know that Microsoft offers the Microsoft Translator little plugin. This will allow you to translate automatically via Live Translator, a word, a paragraph or a whole text, contained in a message. A translation that you can also perform for the emails you send.

    • In your Web browser, Click Here to access the download page of Microsoft Translator.

    • Save the file to your hard drive.

    • Once the download is complete, click Run.

    • Confirm the operation.

    • In the wizard that opens, double click on the Next button.

    • Finally, click on the Finish button.

    • Now, to translate text in an email, select it.

    • Click the right mouse button on the selection, then click on Translate Translate.

    • In the pane that appears, change if necessary the source language and one in which you want to translate.

    • The translated text is displayed below.

    • In the case of writing a message, click the Insert button to insert the translation in your message.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Apr 2008

    Re: How to Translate Emails In Outlook

    Hello , Wow this is Really Easy You just Have to download the Software and Then You can Select individual words, paragraphs or the entire text of your email message and translate into any other language through the "Translate" command in the contextual menu or from the Research task pane of Office.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    May 2008

    Re: How to Translate Emails In Outlook

    You can use bilingual dictionaries to look up words and short phrases in the dictionary of another language, or you can obtain a basic translation of words, phrases, or your whole document by using machine translation over the Web. By using Microsoft partners, you can obtain a professional translation of content. Fees and availability vary for professional translation. Details are provided when you use the Translate feature.
    Select your text.

    • To select the entire message, click in the message body, and then press CTRL+A.
    • On the Format tab, in the Proofing group, click Proofing, and then click Translate.

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