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Foxit Reader is one of the commonly used PDF tools. The software supports more than 30 languages. You can use the software in any of these languages. Or, you can use the Foxit Reader translate feature to translate text in your PDF into another language. Below we will give you a guide how to use the Foxit reader translate plugin, and an alternative to using Foxit.
When combined with the Foxit Cloud plug-in, Foxit Reader can translate text to other languages. Foxit supports more than 30 languages, including Arabic, Chines, Portuguese, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Russian, and more.
With Foxit Reader, you can translate the text in your PDF to any of the supported languages. And then anyone can read the PDF in their preferred language. Here are two ways you can use the Foxit reader translate feature.
1. Go to Foxit Cloud tab, and click on the Translate button. Highlight the text you want to translate. Click on the gear icon in the upper right corner of the translation text box to adjust language settings.
2. Click on Translate Whole page, and Foxit Cloud will auto-detect the language. To adjust the language settings, click the gear icon, or go to File > Preferences > Foxit Cloud. After you finish with the translation, click the translate button to deactivate.
Foxit is not the only PDF tool that can help you translate documents. There is always an alternative, and in some cases, the alternative might be better than the original solution. Let's see how you can use Wondershare PDFelement - PDF Editor, a comprehensive PDF tool to translate text. It can translate text in PDF documents in over 100 languages.
You can drag and drop any file, be it even an image, screenshot, or PDF file. Or you can click on "Open File" in the home menu, and select the file you want to translate.
If your file is scanned or image-based, the program will ask you to perform OCR. The process will make any text in the document editable and searchable. You can even turn scanned documents into text files.
Click the Home tab and click Translate to open the Translate window. Here you can select a target language.
Select text in the PDF document. Then PDFelement will automatically detect the language of the selected text and translate it into the target language you have selected. The translation result will appear in the column below.
As mentioned previously, PDFelement is another PDF tool you can use. As an alternative to Foxit, it comes with a different set of features. Some might say even more robust. For starters, Foxit lacks OCR, a function that you can use to turn any scanned document into editable and searchable text.
It supports both Windows and Mac operating systems. It is one of the easiest and simplest ways to edit, create, and convert PDF files. It features a familiar ribbon design. Anyone that has ever used Microsoft Office will easily get the hang of this program. And speaking of the robust set of features, here is a quick breakdown: