Hi Office International Community members,
Word (on the web) is available in 97 languages including these right-to-left languages: Arabic, Dari, Hebrew, Persian (Farsi), Sindhi, Urdu and Uyghur. We’d like to hear your opinions on the quality of the user experience and translations in these seven languages.
Have you had any issues with the editing experience? Have you seen issues with the localization or directionality of text in the menus? When you are editing, do bullets and numbers display correctly? When using native digits, does the experience differ to the desktop app? Have you seen layout or text justification issues in dialogs? Or maybe, you’d like to try some of the recently added features like Inserting a table of contents, Using @mentions to tag someone for feedback and Transform you Word document into a Sway web page (available to O365 subscribers only).
Just follow the instructions in the How to enter below to enter our competition to be in with a chance to win 1 of 3 Amazon egiftcards each to the value of $100.
How to enter:
There are 2 ways to enter the sweepstake: Report an Issue or Survey Response. We’d like you to try both! You can submit one survey response or report several issues to increase your odds of winning.
1. Report an Issue: Click “Start a new conversation” in the Competition space of the Office International Community on Tech Community and post an issue you found with the relevant details where applicable:
2. Survey Response: When you “complete and submit the Word on the web right-to-left language survey” below or here (English Survey), here (Survey is localised into Arabic) or here (Survey is localised into Hebrew)
Do invite your friends or colleagues to participate and share the competition on social media! Best of luck and thanks in advance to everyone who takes part! Please also read the official rules attached before entering. Note: U.S. export regulations prohibit the export of goods and services to Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan and Syria. Therefore, residents of these countries/regions are not eligible to participate.
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