The web service DeepL translate now also Word and Powerpoint documents. This happens absolute free and in some seconds.
The online translator DeepL now also translates entire documents into other languages. Users no longer have to copy paragraph by paragraph into the text field of the web translator, but simply upload a Word document. Translation does not take much time, often it only takes a few seconds. DeepL understands German, English, French, Spanish, Italian, Dutch and Polish.
DeepL translates Word documents in.docx format and PowerPoint presentations (.pptx). In the coming months, the service will support other formats.
Footnotes were also no problem for DeepL in the short test; as a result, the translator spits out the translated document in input format.
and images embedded in the text are retained. DeepL inserts its logo in the upper part of the Word document.
DeepL GmbH was founded in 2009 under the name Linguee. The company launched the first “search engine for translations”, which has answered more than ten billion queries to date. DeepL’s online translator went online in the summer of 2017 and has been competing with Google Translate ever since. DeepL aims to deliver the “best machine translation results”.
I’ve been using DeepL for translation for months now and the quality in typesetting is much better than Google Translate.