Can Microsoft Word translate my documents to and from different languages? Yes, and it's easy. Note, however, that the Office 365 version requires the Office Intelligent services (included in subscription) and an Internet connection for the Translator feature.
Word asks if you want this service the first time you use the "Turn on" service translation feature, which then remains "On" when you turn off (or until) the service through the option menus. These services include additional features such as Editor, Smart Look Up, PowerPoint Designer and more.
The translation capabilities of Word 2013 and Word 201
Using the Translation Function of Word
1. Open a blank document or an existing document (if present, enter text).
2. Select the text you want to translate, or press Ctrl + A to select the entire document.
3. Under the Review Language tab, select the option Translate> Selection (or Translate> Document ).
. 4 When you use this feature for the first time, Word displays the Intelligent Services dialog box. Click the Power On button (or it will not work).
. 5 The window Translator (2013  Research ) opens. Make sure that from the section is English if this is the correct source language. Then, in the section through click the down arrow and select a translation language from the drop-down List.
. 6 Click on the Insert button. The text or text selected in your document will immediately be translated into your chosen language.
. 7 You can translate a single word, sentence, paragraph, or the entire document. You can also translate one part of the document in one language and the rest in another language or multiple paragraphs into multiple languages.
Currently Microsoft Word supports 62 different languages.