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Download the Microsoft Translator installer for Microsoft Office

Download the Microsoft Translator installer for Microsoft Office

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Now you can translate your Microsoft Office documents with Microsoft Translator – right within Office! You can translate words, phrases, or even your entire document, through the Research task pane. We blogged about setting this up manually for Office 2007 or Office 2003 previously - now it's really easy!

 

This works for both Microsoft Office 2003 and 2007. The current default in Microsoft Office is WorldLingo – this installer will update your task pane to use Microsoft Translator as the default translator for the languages we provide.

 

Download the installer now and let us know what you think over in the Forum!
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  • I need to translate english into Afrikaans and can't find the afrikaans language anywhere.  please help

  • Howto translate Afrikaans (South Africa) to English (South Africa)

  • But what if I have Office 2010?

  • Hi Sindoria,

    If you have Office 2010, you don’t need to download the Microsoft Translator installer.

    Office 2010 has the Translate button under the Review tab.  For more details, visit the site below.

    office.microsoft.com/.../translate-text-in-a-different-language-HA010354288.aspx

    Let us know if any questions.  Microsoft Translator team

  • tengo office 2010, el 20'7 no me dejo el ordenador, ahora quiero el traductor dde office y no me deja si lo desintalo luego no me vuelve a dar la version de pueba gracias

  • Hi frlipe,

    ¿No está seguro de si entiendo tu pregunta como no sé a Español lo suficientemente bien.

    ¿El siguiente enlace te puede ayudar?

    office.microsoft.com/.../Translate-Text-HA010351422.aspx

    Si tienes Office 2010, no necesita descargar al instalador de traductor de Microsoft.

    Algunos detalles sobre cómo utilizar la función de traducir en Office 2010 están disponibles en:

    office.microsoft.com/.../translate-text-in-a-different-language-HA010354288.aspx

    Si estás preguntando preguntas totalmente diferente, háganoslo saber. Gracias.

    (translated by Microsoft Translator)

    Not sure whether I understand your question as I don’t know Spanish well enough.

    Can the following link help you?

    office.microsoft.com/.../translate-text-HA010351422.aspx

    If you have Office 2010, you don’t need to download the Microsoft Translator Installer.  

    Some details on how to use the translate feature in Office 2010 are available from:

    office.microsoft.com/.../translate-text-in-a-different-language-HA010354288.aspx

    If you’re asking totally different question(s), let us know.  Thanks.  

    Takako (Microsoft Translator Team)

  • What about Word 2010?

  • Hi James,

    Per note above to Sindoria, if you have Office 2010 (which includes Word 2010), you don’t need to download the Microsoft Translator installer.  See the Translate button on the Review tab.

    Will Lewis

    Microsoft Transltor Team

  • I have Office 2010 Professional Plus, how can I transfer English words to Chinese in Words and others???

  • Hi Peter,

    You can translate individual words in Office, or even whole documents.  Best to check out this link which will give you more material about how to use translator in Office:  office.microsoft.com/.../translate-text-in-a-different-language-HA010354288.aspx.

    Happy translating!

    William Lewis

    Microsoft Translator Team

  • I started using this feature about a week ago and it worked fine, from Dutch or French into English (I even put a shortcut into the toolbar to make it easier to access translate. It worked great for sentences, paragraphs and words (using Alt then clicking on the word). But now it no longer works just for words or a couple of words, returning a can't be or just a bilingual dictionary entry, which cannot be inserted automatically into word. Andy yet the same words will be translated if I incorporate them into a sentence. A big mystery!

  • Quite a useful tool for me

  • I would like to have all languager to English is that pssible

  • Hi ducktapephil,

    We recently added two new language services for Office, so that you can translate from/to all the languages that we support.  For details, please visit: www.microsofttranslator.com/.../office.

    If your question refers to how to use the translate feature in Office programs, please visit office.microsoft.com/.../translate-text-in-a-different-language-HA010354288.aspx for Office 2010 or office.microsoft.com/.../translate-text-HA010351422.aspx for Office 2007.  Hope that this is helpful.  Takako (Microsoft Translator team)

  •     это то, что я искала---супер!

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