I think ... - taiwanesehttps://blog.kmonsoor.com/2012-01-19T13:49:00+06:00Install English (or another) Language Pack of Microsoft Office 2007, 2010 Enterprise : Step by step2012-01-19T13:49:00+06:002012-01-19T13:49:00+06:00Khaled Monsoortag:blog.kmonsoor.com,2012-01-19:/install-english-language-on-microsoft-office-2007-2010/<p>Trouble with unknown foreign language on your Microsoft Office? Look no further for using your own&nbsp;language.</p><h3 id="please-note">Please Note<a class="headerlink" href="#please-note" title="Permanent link">&para;</a></h3> <p>If you are stuck with <strong>Windows 7</strong>, operating system of your <span class="caps">PC</span>, in a foreign language, this is not what you are looking for. Please check out <a href="https://blog.kmonsoor.com/convert-windows-7-k-to-en/">my relevant post</a>.</p> <h2 id="background">Background<a class="headerlink" href="#background" title="Permanent link">&para;</a></h2> <p>As I have worked for a giant Korean conglomerate, I have to install Office 2007 Enterprise edition Korean version. I hunted, searched, tested many ways to convert/choose for English. But&nbsp;failed.</p> <p>But, now, I got it. Here&rsquo;s&nbsp;how.</p> <p><img alt="Microsoft-office-2010-logo" src="http://i.imgur.com/MKfwSVi.png"></p> <h2 id="process">Process<a class="headerlink" href="#process" title="Permanent link">&para;</a></h2> <ol> <li>At first, check  of your desired language file (<strong>matching</strong> with your version of Office) <a href="http://goo.gl/QX3Yf">here</a>. For <strong>Office 2010</strong>, check <a href="http://goo.gl/cJM8M">here</a>.</li> <li>If it is there, voilà! You got&nbsp;it.</li> <li>Install the downloaded <span class="caps">EXE</span> file. As a security check, plz check the publisher name if it is &ldquo;Microsoft&rdquo; or not. If it is “Microsoft”, you have nothing to worry about&nbsp;security. </li> <li>After completion, please restart your <span class="caps">PC</span> or laptop whether Windows tells so or&nbsp;not.</li> <li>Now, check using <span class="caps">MS</span> Office Language preference that is it set or not as below:<br> <img alt="check MS Office Language" src="http://i.imgur.com/Vp7lj9w.png"> &hellip;<br> <img alt="office-preference" src="http://i.imgur.com/fTyZtps.png"></li> <li>Now, happily use &ldquo;Office&rdquo; in your desired&nbsp;language.</li> </ol> <h2 id="credits">Credits<a class="headerlink" href="#credits" title="Permanent link">&para;</a></h2> <p>I got the link from a user comment <a href="http://www.merawindows.com/Forums/tabid/324/forumid/89/threadid/37339/scope/posts/Default.aspx">here</a>. Though I didn&rsquo;t believe at first place. But it worked&nbsp;anyway.</p>