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How to have Microsoft Outlook translate your Emails

If you have a lot of email correspondence that includes languages other than your native one, and you find yourself copying and pasting to Google Translate on your web browser, then this tip is for you. You will learn how to translate your emails with a click of a button, without leaving Outlook.




  1. Open Microsoft Outlook.
  2. At the Ribbon, click on Get Add-Ins.
  3. Search for Translator for Outlook.
  4. Click the Add button.
  5. Now open an email that's in a different language, and just click the Translate button on the Ribbon. 
  6. You will get the result in your preferred language, on the right side of the original email, without the need of copying the text of the message.

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