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How can I translate scanned documents in Google Translate

It is not possible to translate scanned documents directly in Google Translate. Scanned documents are images and Google Translate is unable to recognize and translate the text within images. However, there are a few possible solutions to translate a scanned document using Google Translate. One solution is to use the Google Translate app on your phone to take a picture of the document and then translate the image. To do this, open the Google Translate app, tap the camera icon, select the languages you want to translate from and to, and then take a picture of the document. The app will then recognize the text in the image and translate it for you.

Another solution is to use Google Drive to convert the scanned document into a text document that can be translated by Google Translate. To do this, upload the scanned document to Google Drive, right-click on the file, and select Open with > Google Docs. This will convert the scanned document into a text document that can be edited. Then, click on the Tools menu in Google Docs and select Translate document to translate the document into the desired language.

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