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How do you remove a language pack from MS OFFICE 2003

Posted on 2007-11-14
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anyon know how to remove a language pack once it is installed in office 2003?
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In "Add or Remove Programs" you should be able to Change the Office installation.  This will bring up the Setup application and you can select "Add or Remove Features".
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and the language options is there! Thanks
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