Microsoft has introduced a new Microsoft Translator app that can translate any language from Microsoft Office.
The new app is available to download for free on the Windows Store.
The app uses Microsoft Office’s existing translation features, but is now powered by the Translator API, which makes it compatible with Microsoft’s Translator Server.
There are several options available for the app, including a simple translation, a text translation, and a speech translation.
Microsoft’s goal with the Translate API is to provide a new way to deliver translations.
The API provides the ability to build your own translation features that are compatible with existing translation tools.
This allows you to deliver more tailored translations to your users.
There’s also an optional translation diagram, which lets you easily visualize the translation of an entire paragraph, as opposed to just a specific part of a sentence.
This diagram is used to show the translation to the user, and it’s a lot easier to understand when you can visualize the words in the diagram.
Microsoft Translations offers the ability for you to set a minimum translation level.
For example, you could set a translation level of “2” and then a minimum of 1,000 characters.
You can also set a maximum translation level, but only to a maximum of 20 characters.
Microsoft also provides a way to set custom translation rules for the Translated app.
You could also use a custom translation rule for each user, such as “Please leave a message for this user”.
Microsoft Translated is currently available for free to users on Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, and Windows Server 2016.
Microsoft released a beta version of the Translations app in October 2017.
You’re welcome to download and try the app out for yourself, but if you do decide to purchase it, you should be aware that it’s currently only available in the US and Canada.
The Microsoft Translators app will be coming to Android and iOS devices soon, and Microsoft’s own Translator service is coming to the iPhone and iPad in the near future.