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Microsoft Word 2007 has a translation tool built in. In this guide you’ll learn how to use this tool.

1. Select the text you want to translate.

Translate Text in Microsoft Word 2007

2. Click the Review tab, and then click the Translate button.

Translate Text in Microsoft Word 2007

3. On the right hand side of the document you will get a Research task pane.  Here is where you can select which language to translate to or from. You can also choose to have the entire document translated.

Translate Text in Microsoft Word 2007

The text you highlighted will be translated via Worldlingo

Translate Text in Microsoft Word 2007

Here is what the translation looks like:

Translate Text in Microsoft Word 2007



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12 thoughts on “Translate Text in Microsoft Word 2007 [How To]”

  1. Syed Balkhi says:

    This is just one of the cool features the New Office 2007 has. Another thing I really like that helps alot is the citation for research papers.

  2. This is just one of the cool features the New Office 2007 has. Another thing I really like that helps alot is the citation for research papers.

  3. This is just one of the cool features the New Office 2007 has. Another thing I really like that helps alot is the citation for research papers.

  4. Noulleyoreve says:

    Tahnks for posting

  5. Noulleyoreve says:

    Tahnks for posting

  6. Noulleyoreve says:

    Tahnks for posting

  7. Trent says:

    Simple advice — thanks Rich

  8. Trent says:

    Simple advice — thanks Rich

  9. Trent says:

    Simple advice — thanks Rich

  10. Martha Wynn says:

    Nice tip which means I dont need to go online and use a free translator that only does a few lines at once. It would be nice if Microsoft let you download a translation pack so you don’t need to go online to translate, but it’s still cool.

  11. Martha Wynn says:

    Nice tip which means I dont need to go online and use a free translator that only does a few lines at once. It would be nice if Microsoft let you download a translation pack so you don’t need to go online to translate, but it’s still cool.

  12. Martha Wynn says:

    Nice tip which means I dont need to go online and use a free translator that only does a few lines at once. It would be nice if Microsoft let you download a translation pack so you don’t need to go online to translate, but it’s still cool.

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