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Translate your e-mail messages.

If your incoming e-mail messages are so confusing that they seem like they're written in a foreign language, maybe they are. You can translate incoming e-mail messages in Outlook 2013 by highlighting the confusing text, right-clicking, and choosing Translate.

Alternately, you can click the Translate button in the Ribbon. If the translations don't even make sense, you can feel better knowing it's not your fault that you can't understand the gibberish people are sending you.

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