troubleshooting Question

Change installed Outlook to read and write Japanese emails (English menus ok)

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A friend has an all-English PC and is content to keep it that way except for Japanese email in Outlook.

I What must she purchase or download and exactly what steps she must perform to read and send Japanese email using Outlook?

II Can she switch back and forth between Japanese and English in Outlook?

Please include 1) the steps she must perform once, to set up,
                        2)and the steps she perform each time she wants to create or read a Japanese email (if differenent than the english outlook email she is accustomed to using)
                         3) the steps she must perform each time she wishes to switch from English to Japanese, and vice-versa, if switching is possible

It is ok if the menus are in English- only the email text is at issue here. But if the menus have to change that is ok too.

It is not necessary to go into detail on how to use the keyboard to type Japanese - she should already know this from having used Japanese language software on Amercan PCs

Alternatively, if changing Outlook from English to Japanese is complicated, is there a quick and easy downloadable Japanese email program I can recommend to here?

Thank you for a thorough answer.
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