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how do i change the language of my office toolbars?



 
 
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Old August 12th, 2008, 02:45 PM posted to microsoft.public.office.misc
tzabi
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Default how do i change the language of my office toolbars?

i want to change the language of my toolbars in my office programs (office 2003
) to russian.. how do i do that?
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Old August 12th, 2008, 04:08 PM posted to microsoft.public.office.misc
Bob I
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Default how do i change the language of my office toolbars?

You would need a Multi-user Interface Pack. But, I don't believe they
are available any longer. So perhaps you may buy a retail Russian copy
of of Office from someone who longer needs theirs.

tzabi wrote:
i want to change the language of my toolbars in my office programs (office 2003
) to russian.. how do i do that?


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Old August 12th, 2008, 07:06 PM posted to microsoft.public.office.misc
Earle Horton[_3_]
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Afaik Multi-user Interface Packs are only available to corporate, i. e.
volume, customers. Tzabi, buy a Russian copy of Office. If you can upgrade
to Office 2007, you can buy a Russian Language Pack for Office online. In
the US these cost $24.95. I have the German one and it lets me switch the
user interface language back and forth between English and German.

Earle

"Bob I" wrote in message
...
You would need a Multi-user Interface Pack. But, I don't believe they are
available any longer. So perhaps you may buy a retail Russian copy of of
Office from someone who longer needs theirs.

tzabi wrote:
i want to change the language of my toolbars in my office programs
(office 2003
) to russian.. how do i do that?




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Old September 10th, 2008, 07:50 PM posted to microsoft.public.office.misc
Dajo
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You could also go to
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/do...133501033.aspx , and
download the Bosnian/Cyrillic language pack for Office 2003--if that will
work for you. Or you can go the route that Earle suggested (purchasing a
Russian version of Office 2007 or purchasing an English version of Office
2007 and then purchasing a Russina Language Pack from
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/do...133501033.aspx ).

I hope that helps.

"Earle Horton" wrote:

Afaik Multi-user Interface Packs are only available to corporate, i. e.
volume, customers. Tzabi, buy a Russian copy of Office. If you can upgrade
to Office 2007, you can buy a Russian Language Pack for Office online. In
the US these cost $24.95. I have the German one and it lets me switch the
user interface language back and forth between English and German.

Earle

"Bob I" wrote in message
...
You would need a Multi-user Interface Pack. But, I don't believe they are
available any longer. So perhaps you may buy a retail Russian copy of of
Office from someone who longer needs theirs.

tzabi wrote:
i want to change the language of my toolbars in my office programs
(office 2003
) to russian.. how do i do that?





 




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