The best way to translate PowerPoint slides will vary depending on each document’s content and context.
You can start by translating the text on each slide or sheet into the target language. You can run your texts through a machine translation engine such as Google Translate or DeepL and then paste everything back into your presentation in a new language.
Don’t forget to translate the labels and captions if any charts or graphs are included, and pay attention to the overall layout and structure of the document. Try to maintain a similar look and feel in the translated version.
You can also use a professional translation service to ensure accuracy and consistency throughout the document.
For one-off translation, this approach will work just fine, but it’s not sustainable if you need to create multiple translated versions of the document.
Localazy can help you translate PowerPoint presentations at scale. Contact us to learn more about the options Localazy offers.