How do I deploy multiple languages in Office 2007?

By default, Setup installs one language on a computer, but you can customize it to deploy multiple languages. If you just want to deploy a default language to every computer, see our ORK article, Deploy multiple language versions of the 2007 Office system. To deploy multiple languages, first copy the Single Language Packs (SLPs) you…


Plan multiple languages carefully for Office 2007

Our ORK article, Deploy multiple language versions of the 2007 Office system, states that it is important to plan languages at the beginning of your deployment. In the words of one of the support engineers here at Microsoft, it is “really, really important—yes, we really mean it!” I didn’t phrase it that way in the article, because I’m sure our editor…


Do I need the Office 2007 Proofing Tools Kit (PTK)?

Not necessarily! You can deploy Proofing Tools for users who need to edit documents in languages other than those already installed on their computers—but you might already have all of the Proofing Tools that you need. You can use either of these sources to deploy: Single language pack. Use this option if your users need…


Deploying Office 2007 Internationally

If you are a large organization planning to deploy multiple language versions of Office 2007, be sure to read the following articles in the Office Resource Kit: Language-neutral architecture Simplified design for multiple languages in the 2007 Office system Deploy multiple language versions of the 2007 Office system Customize a multilanguage deployment Customize language settings…


Deploying multiple languages for Office 2007

Office 2007 has a new, simplified design for deploying multiple languages. In Office 2007, elements that apply to all languages are grouped into one core package (MSI file). Language-specific elements are in other packages, one per application (e.g., Word, Excel, Outlook). This allows all language versions of Office (including English) to be deployed the same…