Very few programs for the computer are used as often as Microsoft Word. Turning a computer into an easy-to-use digital typewriter, the program lets users create papers, letters, resumes and other documents.
Microsoft Word is bundled in many computers and is also available for download and purchase through Microsoft's website or through a variety of retailers and wholesalers when purchasing the program CDs. Some versions of Microsoft Word available for download offer a free trial period before requiring
Translate.Google.com freely provides English to Spanish translation using voice or text input. Other free translation options include SpanishDict.com and Translate.Reference.com, which offer text input only. One free option on mobile devices is the Spanish English Translator app.
You can learn Spanish words through word lists on websites that teach Spanish, such as LearnSpanishToday.com, SpanishPod101.com and StudySpanish.com. You can also use an online Spanish dictionary, such as SpanishDict.com, to look up words in Spanish or English.
Google Translate converts English to Spanish for free using voice or keyboard input. SpanishDict.com and SpanishCentral.com also provide free English to Spanish conversion through text only.
Find definitions of Spanish words at dictionary.reverso.net and WordReference.com, or use a smartphone app, such as Bravolol's free Spanish English Dictionary & Translator. Appcrawlr.com features other suitable apps, including free apps for various smartphone types.
Merriam-Webster has a very popular Spanish to English dictionary. Merriam-Webster's Spanish-English dictionary highlights Latin American Spanish and serves a wide range of Spanish learners and skill levels.
A Spanish-to-English dictionary is available on SpanishDict.com, as of May 2015. The dictionary translates words and phrases either from Spanish-to-English or vice versa. The dictionary provides word definitions, forms of the word, conjugations, an audio pronunciation and a video translation.
Microsoft Word is the de facto word processor for businesses and many governments. Its file format is standard for business communication. However, many groups are turning away from it.
Microsoft Word, first released in 1983 as "Multi-Tool Word," is a word processor available as a standalone product and as a component in the Microsoft Office suite. The first version of Microsoft Word was based on the framework of Bravo, the world's first word processor with a graphical user interfa