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Language Settings-- Custom Installation Wizard

Posted on 2004-04-02
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Hi,
I am having a problem changing the language settings of Microsoft Office 2003.
The first time I installed it, all of the text was looking like Chinese since the setup to when I first opened a MS Office application. I went to Microsoft's Knowledge Base to look for my probelm. I followed their guide(http://www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/office/xp/all/reskit/en-us/intd05.mspx) but it didnt work.I downloaded the Microsoft Office Tools and started the Custom Installation Wizard. I got up to step 4 of 22 and it said along side the bottom

"The MSI you opened limits text to the following codepage:
  Chinese(PRC, Singapore)[936]."

Is there a way that you can change that codepage to English or am I going the completely wrong direction to solve my probelm?
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Sounds like this is a localized version of Office - you might need to get the MUI which is through Volume Licensing.

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