OneNote: The power of translation

Little tip for those whose do business overseas. You can use Microsoft Onenote to automatically translate text into their native language

Here’s how to do it.

OneNote: The power of translation

Making digital notes is useful for some and essential for others.

And OneNote is THE tool to help you record your ideas on the go.

One feature that might be really useful is its ability to translate text. Especially if you need to collaborate with suppliers and clients overseas.

To translate text in OneNote, select the text then navigate to the Review tab and select Translate. There are two ways to translate text through this menu: directly, and by enabling the Mini Translator.

And there we go – everything you’ve got to say quickly translated into a different language.

Translate is available in a wide selection of languages. And is just one of the features that come with Microsoft 365 OneNote.

Get in touch to learn a ton of other things you can do.

Today's Background filming location:

background was filmed at James Hamilton Heritage Park in East Kilbride with the view looking towards the castle.

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