Serbian Cyrillic Office 2010 Language Interface Pack goes live!

Just a quick note to let you know that the Office 2010 Language Interface Pack for Serbian Cyrillic went live this week. You can find it by clicking on this link This Office Language Interface Pack allows you to change your User Interface to Serbian Cyrillic in the following Office 2010 applications: Excel, OneNote, Outlook, PowerPoint and Word. It also allows you…

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Basque, Catalan & Galician Office 2010 Language Interface Packs (LIPs) go live!

  It is with great pleasure I can announce the first 3 Office 2010 Language Interface Packs (LIPs) have released! Basque, Catalan and Galician all went live on the web this week. They are free to download and you can find them at the locations below: Basque Catalan Galician These LIPs allow you to change your User Interface…

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Installing and configuring the Office 2010 Language Interface Pack (LIP)

The Office Language Interface Pack for 2010 (LIP) is a translated User Interface that installs on top of a copy of Microsoft Office 2010. The LIP can be downloaded and installed for free. Once the LIP is installed and configured, you can change the User Interface for Microsoft Excel, OneNote, Outlook, PowerPoint and Word to…

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Windows Language Interface Packs

A lot of people who email me about this blog also ask about Windows Language Interface Packs (LIPs). Windows LIPs are available in roughly the same languages as Office LIPs. Windows LIPs first started in Windows XP. If you would like more information on the Windows can I suggest you look at Rob Margels blog. He gives…

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Office 2003: Desktop Language Settings Tool

If you are a mulitlingual Office 2003 user on  Windows 2000 or  Windows XP there is a nice tool that you can use to do the following: Change the current or enabled language for all Microsoft Office 2003programs Change the language preferences for menus and dialogs in the Microsoft Windows User Interface Select location or regional…

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Windows XP and locale Support for Office Language Interface Packs (LIPs)

In order to ensure a smooth install of an Office Language Interface you need to ensure your locale is supported on your Operating system (OS). Windows XP did not have support for every single Locale when it first released. Some locales were released a few years after Windows XP actually released. Windows XP Service Pack 2 introduced…

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