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How to change the language from Deutsch to English in Microsoft Office XP

Posted on 2004-04-28
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Hello.
It would be nice if any body gives me a solution for the languge settings of Office XP.
In my system i have Office XP installed in Deutsch language and i want to change it to
English.I dont have the Office Cd with me now. how is it possible.?
Thanks in Advance
Kotharu
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