From the CRM Blogs: Using the Microsoft Translator in CRM; Sharing Records; Synchronizing Contacts with Outlook Client; “Quick Create” of CRM Records

How to Use the Microsoft Translator Inside Microsoft Dynamics CRM v4: The Microsoft Dynamics CRM Team Blog provides a helpful post with the steps required to include the Microsoft Translator custom button on a form, how to call the service and how to set the language of both the source and target text: "This customization is designed to call the ‘Microsoft Translator' service from within CRM. This example uses a custom button, included in an entity form, to call the service and translate text (which has been selected by the user) into another language."


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