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There may be times when you need to translate your worksheet into another language. Excel simplifies this process with the Translate command in the Language group.
First, select the text that you would like to translate and then select the Translate command.
As you can see in the image below, the Research task pane appears to the right of your worksheet. In the Search for field you have your selected text. Just below that, we have Translation selected in the drop-down box. By default, the selected text is being translated from English to French (France), but we have the ability to select other languages by clicking on the drop-down arrows. When you have made your selections, click Insert in the task pane and your text will be updated with your language of choice.
We chose French for our example below.
This concludes the Language tutorial.
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