3 Tools To Translate A Document Online

Globalization and new technologies allow intensification of international exchanges. It’s great on paper because it allows access to many online resources. But one problem is recurrent: the translation of these documents. The eventual adoption of a common language is an unrealistic utopia, and few Internet users speak several languages ​​fluently. Most of them master their mother tongue or even English, but when you speak German, Spanish, or Italian, it’s complicated. And when you know that there are about 7000 living languages, the document translation [รับแปลเอกสาร which is the term in Thai] is a real problem. Here are three tools to translate a text, a document, or a website; this could be useful!

Google Translate

Google Translate is probably the best-known tool for translating text. The tool detects the language, and more than 70 input and output languages ​​are supported. If you want to translate a website, indicate its URL. You can add the Google Translate extensionon Chrome to translate the web pages of your choice in one click.


WorldLingo is a simple tool for translating a file. Other features are available: text, website, and email translation. Unfortunately, you can only translate 500 words with the free version. The tool is straightforward to handle and supports many types of files (Word, PDF …). The translated version of your documents is downloaded in TXT format, while Google Translate displays the translation in a tab. The advantage of this tool is that you can choose the sector to adopt the transcription of your document in a coherent technical language.

Translate A Word Document From Microsoft Word

If you want to translate a Word document, know that a word tip allows it in a few clicks. This is convenient because you do not have to go through an external tool to get your translation. Go to the ribbon, “Review” tab. On the left, a “Translate” button allows you to translate the complete file, only the selected text, just a sentence, or just a word. You can, of course, choose the input and output languages ​​and quickly translate a file with the last used parameters. If you decide to translate the entire file, a web page will open with the transcript of your document. The rendering is rather convincing; we will regret the obligation to use Internet Explorer to display the translation.