Microsoft office is being offered in many different languages, and even many regional languages of countries are also available for Microsoft Office. If you have got a laptop recently which came with licensed Microsoft Office and licensed Windows than you will not be able to format the system fully just resetting the system and uninstalling the programs was the only option left for you. No matter what the default language is, Office can always be set to the language of your choice. This option is especially useful for the Non-English speaking regions. Or you might have selected the wrong language during installation and you want to change your language then here are the steps to do the same in any of the above cases. Microsoft Office has three different areas where the language can be changed manually to any other language these three areas include:
Less Language packs add additional display, help, and proofing tools to Office. You can install additional language accessory packs after installing Microsoft Office. If a language accessory pack is described as having partial localization, some parts of Office may still display in the language of your copy of Microsoft Office. If your organization installed Office on your computer, contact your IT department to install any language packs. If you're an administrator who has deployed a volume licensed version of Office to your users, you can download an ISO image of the language packs, language interface packs, and proofing tools from the Volume Licensing Service Center VLSC.
January 04, - 2 comments Microsoft Office uses the language of the system to display interface elements usually. That's usually what users of the multi language office 2016 want, but some users may want it to use a different language instead. I for instance prefer to run the English version of Microsoft Office. The reason is simple:
Office 2016 + Activator + Language pack (optional)