Choose the file in question, and then choose Open File in another application. Click Open.4. Click the PDF icon under Open in another application. You'll see this on the file in your selected location.6. Once the PDF is in the same place you were before, you can start translating into your native language. To translate into your native language, click on the PDF name in the top right corner of your web browser window. Click on the Translation button in the top menu. You'll be given a list of available languages you can use to translate. You can translate in whichever language you're comfortable with. 7. Click Download. Once the download is complete, the file will be saved into one of the language tabs listed below.8. Once the file has been downloaded, it might take a few seconds before an English version appears. If it doesn't, please try again if you have a different connection speed than I'm using to this website.9. When the English PDF has been opened, the translation in each language will appear within the PDF file. Click on the desired language to load the English version of the document. 10. If the PDF is ready to print, just print and go! You'll see in the preview of the document that the English translation was applied. How to translate a PDF — Google Translate How to Translate a PDF — Google Translate How to translate a PDF document online — Google Translate is a free service that lets you translate any PDF document online. What can I do with a PDF on my computer? — You can open it, use it to study, and share it. How to translate a PDF — Google You need an Adobe reader to be able to open the downloaded PDF file. A PDF reader is an application that lets you read and edit PDF documents, and it can be installed on a Windows PC, a Mac, or a Linux computer (such as Ubuntu). On a Mac, you will have to purchase a special PDF reader, a 10-15 product, that will let you read PDF files for free. For now, we will just be using the free Adobe Reader on Windows, Mac, and Linux (Ubuntu). Click the Start button, then select System Preferences from the menu bar or Command Prompt. Locate and open the Adobe Reader X.app. In the left pane of the Reader app you should see the section titled General.