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Don't let language be a barrier; vLex can make sure you find the information you need in 13 different languages.
To translate a document, click the Translate icon in the top-right corner, as seen in the image below. Then, select the target language in the pop-up box.
The automated translation feature should only be used to get an idea of a document. Do not rely on this feature to make legal decisions.
You have three options:
Option 1: View version in original language
Original language, Spanish
Option 2: View translated version
Translated from Spanish to English
Option 3: Parallel text (which shows both versions so you can compare).
You can use the Print menu to print the original, the translated version, or both. vLex will print the version that is currently on-screen.
If you want to search for documents in different languages, you can do this directly from the Advanced search page. Use the toggle at the top of the Words fields and then select the target language.
Searching for documents in another language
The results page will display a label indicating that you are searching in a different language.
When you use this feature for the first time, after selecting a document, you will see a dialogue box asking you if you want to translate the document. You can choose between:
- Only translate the current document
- Always translate from the selected language
- Never translate