I know a lot of people ask questions on this blog about Office Language Packs as it can be easy to mix up Office Language Packs and Office Language Interface Packs.
This blog’s function was to talk about Office Language Interface Packs but I have to mention Office language packs as some questions have come in about them.
Apologies for the bad news but I have just been reliably informed that Office 2007 language packs are no longer available to buy online unfortunately.
Microsoft no longer offers Office 2003 or 2007 Language packs for retail purchase as of July 2011.
Please note Office 2010 language packs will not work with other versions of Office (XP,2003, 2007 etc.)
If you are an Office 2003 or 2007 user and you wish to use a language pack you will need to purchase/upgrade to the Office 2010 version (either Office Home and Student, Office Home and
Business or Office Professional) in your language and then purchase an Office 2010 language pack to install over your version of Office 2010.
Office 2010 language packs are available for purchase today on Microsoft Office Online in 37 languages. Just choose your language in the dropdown.
Please note: It is business as usual for Office Language Interface Packs, Microsoft still releases them for free here!
For Office 2010, Language Interface Packs are now available in 57 languages.