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Microsoft Office Multi-Language Pack 2007
What is the Microsoft Office Multi-Language Pack 2007?
The Microsoft Office Multi-Language Pack 2007 is an add-in product that can change the entire user experience of Office 2007 desktop applications by enabling each desktop to support many languages.. This includes Menus/User Interface, Help, Dictionary, Thesaurus, and Spell Checker. In addition to enhancing the user experience, a user can elect to use individual aspects of the pack, such as spell checker to proof a document in a language other than the default language set on their computer.
Obtain and install a Language Pack
When a copy of Microsoft Office is installed on a computer, it includes at least a Single Language Pack. However, many people and companies need to use more than one language. You can get Language Packs in the following ways:
Single Language Pack
A Single Language Pack enables the interface of some or all programs to support a specific language.
The Multi-Language Pack enables the interface of each program to support all available languages for that program. Essentially, the Multi-Language Pack is a set of all the available Single Language Packs bundled and sold together.
A Mixed-Language program or suite of Microsoft Office is sold as one language, but it contains programs in two or more languages. For example, Ukrainian Office contains some programs in Ukrainian, some in Russian, and some in English.
In a Multi-Language program or suite of Microsoft Office, some programs are offered in more than one language.
Imagine, you installed Microsoft Office 2007 English (Enterprise, Standard, Ultimate, Small Business Edition, whatever). Now you’d like to do a Spell Check in German Language, what happens? You get an error message indicating, that this feature is not installed on your system:
Cannot find proofing tools for German (Switzerland). If you have the proofing tools, try installing or re-installing them. Contact your local reseller to obtain Office Proofing Tools. For more information, see the Microsoft Office Site.