The Microsoft Office 2010 ‘ScreenTip Language’ Feature
Hello class, good to see you again.
Today I would like to talk to you about a new feature in Microsoft Office 2010called ScreenTip Language.
The ScreenTip Language will help you navigate different language versions of Office. I expect multilingual users or IT Helpdesk support engineers will really love this! The ScreenTip Language will translate the text of display elements – such as buttons, menus and dialogs – into another language by just pointing to them with your mouse.
For example: Observe the below image, an English user, on a Japanese version of Office, can use the ScreenTip Language to help them navigate as follows. See how when the user points to the “Table of Contents” – even though the menu is in Japanese – the ScreenTip shows the description in English!
Watch a video (1 minute):
I’ve arranged a brief video for you to learn more about this exciting new feature