The QuickHelp portal itself is only available in English. However, end users can use the in-browser translation feature to translate the page into their default browser language.* 

(For a "how to" for Microsoft Edge click HERE)

Any assessment questions will also be translated by the in-browser translator.

NOTE: Resource files and PDF assets are only available in English. 

QuickHelp offers closed-captioning language support for any video assets related to Office 2013 or newer. This includes Windows 8 and Windows 10. QuickHelp will detect the browser's default language and automatically set the preferred Closed Captioning language accordingly. 

QuickHelp uses Microsoft Translator, which is a cloud service that supports 50 languages for text translation.

ArabicFrenchKoreanSerbian (Latin)
Bosnian (Latin)GermanLatvianSlovak
CatalanHaitian CreoleMalaySpanish
Chinese SimplifiedHebrewMalteseSwedish
Chinese TraditionalHindiNorwegianThai
CroatianHmong DawPersianTurkish
DutchIndonesianQuerétaro OtomiVietnamese
EstonianJapaneseRussianYucatec Maya
FinnishKiswahiliSerbian (Cyrillic)

Microsoft may add new languages periodically. Once they are added by Microsoft, they need to be enabled in QuickHelp, as well. If you notice that a language supported by Microsoft Translator is not available in QuickHelp, please enter a support ticket here.

Enabling closed-captioning language support in QuickHelp is easy. Start by clicking the CC icon.

Then, choose the desired language by first, clicking the Settings icon > Captions > and then choosing your language.

*Each browser should have its own information on how best to provide translation services.