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How to translate a PDF file from English to Spanish

July 1, 2017
How to translate a file from one language to another

Would you like to translate a file from one language to another? Well, this tutorial is not only for translating PDF, but many more files. ENTER!

 

WE START:

When we are in the academic world, on more than one occasion we have to consult documentation in English, and sometimes it is very heavy when you do not have a command of the language. But as they say, for big problems there are big solutions. So in this little article we will try to help you with this task, so we will show you 2 excellent online tools.

How to translate a PDF document

Form #1:

The Google translator is one of the best alternatives to translate a document in case you do not need an official translation. Google's free service instantly translates words, phrases and even documents on your computer's hard drive.

What kind of documents can I translate?

Supports documents in various formats (PDF, Word, TXT, PPT) and translates between more than 100 languagesincluding from English to Spanish and vice versa. So from now on it will be your best ally. Now I'll show you the simple steps to perform.

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Step 1:
We'll have to get into the Google translator and select the option Translate a document.
translate a fileStep 2:
Choose the language of the original document and the target language (language into which you want it translated) then proceed to load the document.
translate a document
Step 3:
Finally, you just give click on translate.

Translating a document without losing format

Form #2:

If what you're looking for is translate a document without losing the formatyou're gonna love this tool, so meet OnlineDocTranslatorThe .doc file, is one of the best and also with the ability to translate different formats such as (.doc, .docx, .ppt, .pptx, .xls, .xlsx, .odt, .ods, .odp, .pdf, .srt, .txt) the mode of use is very easy and we will see in this short video tutorial:

Source of the Video: Digital Computer Madness

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