Office Language Preferences

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What is Office Language Preferences?

Office Language Preferences refers to the language options included in Microsoft Office. By default, the language the installs on the user’s PC is the same one as that of the Operating System. So if the language of the Windows OS that is running on the computer is English, Microsoft Office also installs in English.

However, the user is provided with the option to modify the default language of some of the components of Microsoft Office. Changing Office language preferences does not apply to the entire Office software. What this means is that the user may not change the language settings of the main applications of the Office suite. Generally, language preferences may be applied to the editing functions of the applications, as well as Display language, ScreenTip and Help.

Microsoft Office Language Preferences can be accessed from the Microsoft Office Tools when the user selects Microsoft Office from the Start menu. If the user wishes to change the default language for all applications in Microsoft Office, they first have to change the default language of their Operating System.

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Last updated: : June 14, 2013