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Windows 7: Translating Labels - Win7 and Office

07 May 2014   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bits
Translating Labels - Win7 and Office

I use the Brazilian Portuguese versions of Win7 and Office.

To make my posts well understood for the English speaking people, sometimes I have difficulties translating the Portuguese labels to the exact English ones.

Is there a way to solve this problem?

Any help is welcome.


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08 May 2014   #2
Microsoft MVP


You write very well in English. If you need help translating there are good translator Add-Ons for your browser like this Chrome Extension - just google it.

You can also use Google Translator.

On Firefox I use Quick Translator add-on that allows me to highlight text then rightclick to translate to any language, or click on a web page to translate it.
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09 May 2014   #3

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bits

.....You write very well in English.
Hello Greg,

Thanks for your kind words, but I have problems with my English.
I will never learn when to use "in or on", "for and by", etc..

See, I did not make my post clear enough.
What I am looking for is a Microsoft LABEL translator add-on to be used between different Windows language editions.

I'm sure there is one from MS which I used in the past but can't find it anymore.
All I had to do was to point the mouse over the Portuguese Windows labels to have them translated to the English Windows labels.

I use the Win7 Home Premium edition.


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