Cross-language queries in the Microsoft Language Portal
Thread poster: CafeTran Training

CafeTran Training
Netherlands
Local time: 15:31
Member (2016)
Oct 8, 2016

Is there a handy way to search from English via German to Dutch?

English > German > Dutch

Or, actually, using English as intermediate language:

German > English > Dutch

Example:

Formatbezeichner > (format specifier >) indelingsopgave

One way I can think of, is to download the glossary files and do some aligning. I hope that there are easier ways.

Another approach is the use of two browser windows, but it requires copying and pasting:

Screen Shot 2016-10-08 at 12.18.50


[Edited at 2016-10-08 10:21 GMT]


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