"Bonjour, Anne !"
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"Hi" is better translated as "Salut", because "hi" is less formal than "hello" and similarly in French, "salut" is less formal than "bonjour". So hi / hey (both informal greetings) = salut and hello = bonjour :) Though one should also see ripcurlgirl's comment below for more information regarding "Hey". ;)
It is able to be translated as both "good morning" and "hello". Additionally, Good afternoon = Bon après midi or Bonjour (http://www.wordreference.com/enfr/good%20afternoon ); Good evening = Bonsoir ; Goodnight = Bonne nuit or Bonne soirée. (http://www.wordreference.com/enfr/good%20night )
Because the girl's name is often spelled "Ann" in English, that is what I typed, but it was marked wrong. Surely it is the same name.
Hi is salut which is more informal than bonjour. Sparklehappy went more in depth. Hi/Hey is salut; hello is bonjour.