Microsoft Azure Translator disabled

Brett Kinross 0 Reputation points

I work for a not for profit health service and have written a database in Microsoft Access. One of the assessment forms we print and give to clients I recently linked to Azure Translator with Microsoft VBA within Access so that we could print it out in the clients native language.

This has worked well during my free trial period but now my free trial period has passed my subscription is disabled and the translator won't work. However I am using the free version of the Azure translator (which has a maximum character limit for translation).

Is it possible to use the translator free ongoing?

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