What do Google search engine, Wikipedia, and
Microsoft Office have in common? simuSearch.
simuSearch is a free Microsoft Office add-in that integrates popular web services with Microsoft Office programs: Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint.simuSearch enables the following web services:
|Text translator using Google Translate or Microsoft translator.|
So, how does it work?
1. Select text in your Word document / Excel spreadsheet / Outlook message / PowerPoint presentation
2. Click the Google search / Wiki search / Acronyms Search / Translate button in the simuSearch tab
found on the Office ribbon.
3. The result will appear in your web browser.
4. There is no step 4!
Here's what some of our customers have to say about simuSerch
Installed the software on my office computer, using MS Office 2010, and have been playing around the with tool. What a time-saver! When working with international clients and their RFPs, being able to quickly translate selected text dynamically without having to exit your document, worksheet, or email is a real time-saver.
So far, with both large and small files, using both Word and Excel, it's performed flawlessly.
James D. Wininger
Business Capture and Proposal Management Professional
Winning Through Words, LLC
Thankfully, the bright minds at SBS Labs have thought of this little piece of software that integrates google, wikipedia and other tools right into MS Office. The program is called SimuSearch. SimuSearch is completely FREE and fuses seamlessly with your MS Office Suite (2007 or 2010). This results in the ability to perform Google, Wikipedia and other web searches right from your MS Word, Excel or PowerPoint windows. Spec Writers, just imagine the possibilities! Now you can search companies, products, standards etc. without ever leaving MS Word! Another advantage is that the interface is very user friendly and the learning curve quite gentle.
I’ve been using SimuSearch for about six months now and I’m yet to find anything wrong with this program. It works so smoothly and makes so much sense.
"The Toronto Specifier"
September 2012 edition.
simuSearch has been developed by SBS labs – the developer of Acronyms Master.
Acronyms Master is an acronym management solution for Microsoft Word.
If you like simuSearch, give Acronyms Master a try.
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