This article will show you how to translate a web page in the Opera browser. There are a lot of extensions you can choose from to translate a page, such as Translator, Google Translate and Mate Translate, to name a few.
In this guide, we'll be using the Google Translate opera extension.
How To Translate A Web Page In the Opera Browser
- First, you need to download the Google Translate extension from the Opera extensions store:
- Start the Opera browser.
- Then, click on the Menu icon in the bottom left corner of the browser, and click on "Extensions."
- Click "Get more extension" on the left panel.
- OR Go directly to the Google Translate page.
- On the next page, find the search field and type "Google Translate."
- Now click the "Add to Opera" button
Once the installation is complete, restart your Opera browser.
- After the installation, you'll see the Google Translate icon on the right corner of the browser's address bar.
- When you click on the extension icon, you will see two boxes: the upper box contains the original text, and the lower – one contains the translation. There you can change the translation direction.
To translate the entire page
Right-click anywhere on the page, and in the drop-down menu, select Google Translate, and then click translate this page to Spanish, for example.
A new tab will open with the translated page. At the top of the page, there is the option with which you can change the translation direction, and at the top-right, you can go back to the original page just by clicking on the "Original" button.
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