If you type in another language, you may also want to change the Word interface to that language. Whether you need to change the editing language, proofing tools or even the user interface, Word has a way.
Adding Language Packs for Office
The first thing you want to do is add a language accessory package for the language you want to use. These language packs are completely free and available for 32-bit or 64-bit architecture.
Select the version of Office you are currently using on the Office package's accessory package. You will find the three available tabs under "Step 1: Install the language enhancement package."
Select the desired language from the drop-down menu.
When selected, the language pack details are shown below. On the right side of the window, select the download or the architecture you are running on Windows.
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] To make sure the language pack was properly installed, open Word and then select "Options" at the bottom left. (If you have a document open in Word, you must click on the "File menu first and then click" Options. "
The" Word Options "window appears. select "Language."
In the" Select Editing Language "section, see your installed languages.
Now that the language pack has been installed, we succeeded Review some of the available language settings.
Setting Editing and Testing Language
In the list of available languages in the "Select Editing Language" section, select the desired language. Then select the "Set as Default" button to the right.
A message will be displayed so that you know that your chosen editing language will come into effect the next When you start Office. It also warns you that some of your settings may change, so note it. If you are ok to move on, select "Yes".
It is all that is required to set the editing and correction language. However, if the language says "Not enabled" under "Keyboard layout", click the link and follow the instructions to add the language pack.
Setting display and help language
Now is the time to change the user interface language of Word. Doing this will change the buttons, menus, controls, and help alerts.
We are still working in the "Word Options" window. This time you will find the "Select Language" section. You will see two separate menus here: "Display Language" and "Help Language." Select the desired language for both. You must also select "Set as Default" for both. When finished, click "OK".
You will now be prompted to restart Office.
Close and open about Word to make sure it works properly.
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