Translate Text in Google Slides

Translate Google Slides With 1 Click

In this guide, I am going to show you how you can seamlessly translate your Google Slides automatically using File Drop and our ‘Translate Pro’ feature.

For those who may not know, File Drop is a sophisticated file manager tool that you can employ for embedding files in your Google Sheets, Docs, or Slides. However, it is not limited to this functionality and offers much more to enhance your experience with Google’s tools.

(Please also see our article about how to translate Google Sheets with FileDrop)

Let’s dive straight into it. Here is how you can use the feature:

Start by launching File Drop and proceed to open the ‘Translate Pro’ feature. In this section, you will find a range of options available to suit your translation needs. One of these options is the target language which currently supports over 100 languages.

open translate pro for slides

The ‘from language’ is automatically detected by the tool, thus eliminating the need for you to select the original language. It makes the process much simpler and smoother.

translate slides options

Next, you will come across the ‘translate scope’ option. Here, you can choose to translate a single element, translate the current slide, or translate the entire presentation. For instance, if you have a presentation with four slides, you can translate them all with a single click.

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translate pro scopes

Let’s illustrate this with an example. Suppose you want to translate your presentation to Spanish. All you have to do is select Spanish as your target language, choose the current slide under the ‘translate scope’ option, and then click on the ‘Translate’ button. In about a second, your slide will be translated into Spanish. It’s that simple!

What’s more? If you want to keep a copy of your original presentation, File Drop allows you to duplicate the presentation. You can then translate the duplicate version and maintain a backup copy immediately.

Say you’ve translated a slide to Spanish. You can run a quick test to ensure the translation is accurate. If you’re happy with it, you can then select all the slides and click on ‘Translate’. Now, all your slides will be translated into Spanish.

Here is a video of how you can use FileDrop to translate your Google Slides.

How to Translate Google Slides Automatically with FileDrop

The process is incredibly easy and swift. And the best part? It’s free for five translations every month. So, don’t hesitate to install File Drop and take it for a spin. You can find it in the Google Workspace marketplace.

Thank you for tuning in, and I hope you find this guide helpful. Remember, translating your Google Slides has never been easier.

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