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On 11/18/2013 07:30 AM, Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)
What would you like to see translated?  If it the menus, pop-ups,
dialogues and all the rest then on Windows go to

Tools - Options - "Language Settings" - Languages

All the various drop-downs there should list all different languages.
If your language is not there then either through your "package
manager" (Software Centre?) or from the proper LibreOffice website
then check the downloads pages to see if a suitable language is listed
there and download it.  After installing that it should appear back in
those drop-downs
Regards from
Tom :)

My interpretation was the question was could he live type and have LibreOffice translate his text to another language (I suppose I was thinking of something like or google translate but built into the product). Perhaps I was mistaken


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