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How to Translate a OneNote 2013 Notebook to Japanese and still keep English too

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by Kerri8274, Apr 29, 2015.

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    I have a huge Onenote 2013 Onebook that involves hundreds of individual sections. It was developed entirely in English. Some of my colleagues need this notebook in Japanese.

    I know how to share the English notebook with them -- and also that Onenote has a translate option -- and that we need the Japanese Language pack for the most effective translation.

    My question is -- is it possible to have in ONE Notebook all the information in BOTH English and Japanese? For example, i was thinking about for each notebook section having the top page be English , then using the translate option and inserting the translated text to a new page in the same section. Is this the best way to do this or are there other options? We have in our US office a translator that knows English/Japanese but is unfamiliar with how OneNote works so I'm trying to help her with that side of things.

    I'm thinking I could probably just send the English version to my co-workers and they set their OneNote programs to Japanese but I need to make sure that all the translations are accurate before I just trust OneNote to do the translating (hence the translator needs to review OneNotes's translations). This is medical and nutritional data so its critical that the translation is accurate and FDA compliant.

    Does anyone have experience with this or could point me where to go to learn more about this?
     
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