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How to change Office 2003 menu languages

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I am using an Italian version of Office 2003. Is there anyway I can change the menu languages to English?
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by:will_scarlet7
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Have you read these articles already:

http://www.microsoft.com/office/ork/xp/three/intd03.htm
http://www.microsoft.com/office/ork/xp/three/intd05.htm

and specifically:
http://www.microsoft.com/office/ork/xp/three/intb04.htm

To change the menu language I believe you want to change the "User Interface Language" setting.
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Belthazor earned 500 total points
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Hi stormriderben,

You can't change the UI language. Using an italian (localized version) of Office means only having one language. You would have to use the Mulitlingual version of Office, which is a separate Product (you'd have to buy it).

Belthazor
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by:will_scarlet7
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Hi again stormriderben,

    Unfortunately, Belthazor is correct on that. See here:

http://www.microsoft.com/office/ork/2003/four/ch14/IntB03.htm
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