Not many people know about them but LIPs are a cool way to start using Office in your native language. The Office Language Interface Pack (LIP) is a translated skin that sits on top of a licensed copy of Microsoft Office 2003, 2007, 2010 & 2013. You need at least a standard/Home & student version of Office or greater on your machine in order to install it. Once you install the LIP you can switch the language from your base language version of Office to the language of the LIP you installed through Microsoft Office Language settings and you will then see a translated user interface for the following Microsoft Office client programs: Excel, Outlook®, PowerPoint® , Word® & OneNote®. it also includes a speller for the LIP language. Other Office applications & server applications are not included as part of the Office Language Interface Pack. When using the Office LIPs you can switch between Base language and LIP language "on the fly" should you wish to do so. Microsoft also creates Windows Language Interface Packs. Like the Office LIP, it is a translated skin that sits on top of a licensed copy of Windows XP, Vista & Windows 7. You can find an overview of Office LIPs here . You can also find some Office LIP download, installation and configuration settings here.
Where to get the Office Language Interface Packs?
The Office LIPs are available for free from http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/downloads/HA011133501033.aspx . For Office 2003 it is available in 33 languages. For Office 2007 it is available in 55 languages. The Office 2010 LIPs are available in 55 languages. And Office 2013 LIPs are available in 65 languages.
Office Language Interface Pack Spellers