The new Office Garage Series: Click-to-Run Customization and Deployment Deep Dive Part 2 - Workarounds

This week marks the second in a three part series, as hosts Jeremy Chapman and Yoni Kirsh, explore specific differences between the Office Professional Plus 2013 MSI and Office 365 ProPlus Click-to-Run install and potential workarounds for your Office configuration. They cover topics from removing and blocking applications from the Office suite, using multiple languages and disabling first…


The new Office Garage Series: Click-to-Run Customization and Deployment Deep Dive Part 1 with High-G Aerobatics

In this week’s episode, hosts Jeremy Chapman and Yoni Kirsh kick off a three-part series deep dive on customizing and deploying Office Click-to-Run packages. The first part of the series describes how the Office Deployment Tool for Click-to-Run is used to download, install, uninstall and convert Office packages for use with Application Virtualization. Yoni also…


Office 2010 SP1 now updates multiple languages in Office 2010 installations

An update to Service Pack 1 for Office 2010 now enables the service pack to update all language versions within multiple-language installations of Office 2010. Previously, only the English version was updated. For more information, see Office 2010 SP1 Microsoft Update Change for Language Installs.

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Office Multilanguage Pack with Proofing Tools now available

Licensed customers can now download the Office Multilanguage Pack (MLP) and Proofing Tools from the Microsoft Volume Licensing Service Center.   There are 2 Office 2010 MLP downloads: CD and DVD.  If you want the Multilanguage Pack and/or Proofing Tools, choose the DVD download.  The CD download only includes the individual single language packs for each of…

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Updated technical diagrams

We have updated the following Technical Diagrams for Office 2010. Click the links below to download the posters that you want. Deployment Options for Microsoft Office 2010 – Updated general graphics and OCT screenshot; updated text in the “Application virtualization” column. Deploy Multilanguage Packs for Microsoft Office 2010 – Updated Config.xml and OCT screenshots. Virtualization…

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Office 2010 Language Packs available

Office 2010 Language Packs are add-ins that enable desktops to support multiple languages, including Menus/Display, Help, Dictionary, Thesaurus, and Spell Checker. Language packs enhance the user experience. For example, users can choose to use individual aspects of the language pack, such as the spell checker feature, which they can use to proof a document in…

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How to determine which 2007 Office system languages are installed

If you need to determine the version of the installed 2007 Office language packs you can use one of the following methods. Control Panel To determine the version of the installed language pack in Windows Vista, Windows 7, or Windows Server 2008: 1.       Click Start, and then click Control Panel. 2.       Click Programs. 3.       Click…

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You asked, We answered..."Localization"

  The ORK Team has been writing the content for TechNet for quite some time now, and it came our way through the usual channels, that people were wondering how does our content get into the hands of those, that English is not the first language.     Do we localize our content, and if we…

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Deploying Office 2010 with multiple languages

Will you need to deploy Office 2010 with multiple languages?  We have published six new and improved articles to help support you in that effort.  They are: Plan for multilanguage deployment of Office 2010   This article discusses planning considerations for deploying Office 2010 with multiple languages. Customize language setup and settings for Office 2010   This article describes…


Update to article: Add or remove languages after deploying the 2007 Office system

An update to the ORK article “Add or remove languages after deploying the 2007 Office system” will be published March 5th.  In the meantime, what follows is a preview of the changes.  Why the change?  Adding a language by modifying an existing Office 2007 installation is no longer recommended – and that is because it doesn’t…

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