If you enter a different language, you may also want to change the user interface of Word to that language. Whether you need to change the editing language, the proofing tools or even the user interface, Word offers one option.
Adding Language Packs for Office
The first thing you should do is add a language accessory pack the language you want to use. These language packs are free and available for 32-bit or 64-bit architecture.
On the Languages Language Tools page, select the version of Office that you are currently using. For the three available tabs, see "Step 1
Select the desired language from the drop-down list. We go in this example in Japanese.
After selection, the details of the language pack are displayed below. On the right side of the window, select the download of the architecture you are running on Windows.
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Now you will be prompted to select the location for downloading the application. Do that and then save. Then locate the application and open it. Office will guide you through the installation process.
This process may take several minutes.
To make sure the language pack has been properly installed, open Word, and then choose" Options "in the left pane (if you opened a document in Word) You must first click the File menu and then Options.)
The Word Options window appears, select Language
In the "Choose Editing Languages" section, you should see your installed languages.
After the language pack has been successfully installed, let's review some of the available language settings.
Setting the editing and proofing language
Select In the Select Languages list, select the language you want to use, then select the Set As Default button on the right.
A message indicates that you are logged in to edit your join When you start Office, it also warns you that some of your settings may change do this. If you can move forward, select "Yes".
That's all to stop the settings wizard. However, if the language in Keyboard Layout is Not Enabled, click the link and follow the instructions to add the language pack of the word. This changes the buttons, menus, controls, and help messages.
We continue to work in the Word Options window. This time, look for the section "Select display language". Two separate menus are displayed here: "Display Language" and "Help Language". Select the desired language for both. You must also select "Set as Default" for both. When you're done, click "OK."
You are now prompted to restart Office. This is necessary for the new language to take effect.
Close Word and reopen it to make sure it is working properly.