translation of document methods in word2013 one:
Step one: First use Word 2013 to open the document that needs to be translated, and this tutorial takes the Chinese translation into English as an example. "Review"-"Language"-"translation"-"Choose a Translation language". As shown in Figure 1
Step Two: In the dialog box that pops up, select document translation Language--the "Translate to" option box, select "English (USA)" and then click "OK", as shown in Figure 2, Figure 3
Step four: "Language" as indicated in Figure 4, "translation"--"translation document" Chinese (China) to English (United States) ""
Step five: "Translate the entire document" point "send" to the pop-up alert box
Translation of document methods in word2013 two:
Step one: Open a document with Word2013, select the text that we need to translate, and then switch to the Review tab and perform the translation command under the Language option group, and select the "Translate selected text" option from the expanded Drop-down menu.
Step two: At this point, a Research task pane pops up, and we click the Drop-down button to the right of the translate to Drop-down box in the Translation column and select the English (United States) option.
Step three: Now, we choose where we want to insert the English language, and click the Insert button in the Research pane.
Step four: At this time the English has been inserted into the document, we click the "Close" button on the right side of the Research pane to return to the document view, the effect is as follows.
Hint: We can translate the contents of the document into many languages, and we will choose our own choice in the second step of this article according to our own needs.