If you have customized entity or attribute text, such as field labels or drop-down list values, you may want to provide the users in your organization who are not working with the base language version of your Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online implementation with this customized text in their own languages. You can export the text strings for all of your customizations so that they can be translated into the languages you use in your organization.
You can only perform customizations in the base language.
After you have exported customized entity or attribute text and had it translated, you can import the translated text strings.
You can export customized text that you want to have translated from the Settings area. More information: Export Customized Entity and Attribute Text for Translation
Exported text is converted to a Microsoft Office Excel workbook, which you can send to a linguistic expert, translation agency, or localization firm.
You can import completed translations from the Settings area. More information: Import Translated Entity and Attribute Text
After you have imported the completed translations, customized text appears for users working in the languages that you had the text translated into.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online cannot import translated text that is over 500 characters long. If any of the items in your translation file are longer than 500 characters, the import process will fail. If the import process fails, review the line in the file that caused the failure, reduce the number of characters, and try to import again.
Because customization is supported only in the base language, as the System Customizer, you may be working in Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online with the base language set as your language preference. To verify that the translated text is appearing, you must change your language preference for the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online user interface. To perform additional customization work, you must change back to the base language. More information: Set Personal Options