"Translate into English" in Internet Explorer

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  1. Silent_One

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    I have Windows XP Pro at work and XP Home edition at,.. well, home. Now, at work when in IE (like now) I can right click on the IE screen and get the selections like "back", "select all", "Creat shortcut", "Print", ect...but also I get the option "Translate into English". I don't have this option at home, which I want. The question is where did it come from? Is it part of XP Pro? Or was it added on form some other program of which one I have no clue? :oops: It's a really convenient addition. I just don't know where it came from.....Anyone know?
     
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    It is from the Google Bar, I think :)
     
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    That is a Google toolbar function. It is added to your right click menu.
     
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    Thanks.......
     
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