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Multi-Language for Visual Studio

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Multi-Language for Visual Studio is implemented as a Package for Visual Studio.

The version to use depends on your version of Visual Studio.


Download older versions of the Multi-Language package

Support for the Microsoft Translator now requires authentication via the Azure platform. For Visual Studio 2010, this is implemented in a special version built against .NET framework 4.5, which you must install separately.
(Framework 4.5 is newer than Visual Studio 2010.)

Download older versions, which are implemented as an Add-In for Visual Studio .NET

Requirements

Microsoft Visual StudioAny version except the Express versions, which do not support Add-Ins or Visual Studio Packages.

Trial version

Using an unlicensed version, you can enter a maximum of 100 translations into your project. Not more than 50 of these will be added automatically from the translation memory

Installation and removal

Installing Multi-Language
Removing Multi-Language
End User License Agreement

Multi-Language for Visual Basic 6

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Download the Multi-Language Add-In for Visual Basic 6.

Requirements

Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0Any version
MDAC 2.5 and Jet 4.0These components are almost certainly installed on any system with Visual Basic. If not, they are available from the Microsoft MDAC download page. You may also use a newer version of MDAC.

Trial version

Using an unlicensed version, you can enter a maximum of 100 translations into your project. Not more than 50 of these will be added automatically from the translation memory

Additional files

SQL Server installation for the Multi-Language Global Database
This installation will copy an SQL Server database file to your computer, attach it to an existing instance of SQL Server Express (2005 or 2008) and configure the Multi-Language Add-In to use this file as its global translations database. (It will not install SQL Server itself.)
The standard installation uses an Access database.