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How to change language when installing ms-office 2010

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Hi Everybody !

I have a question, I bought a ms office 2010 from microsoft, download it received the product key and installed it.

Every thing is fine, the problem is, when I did the installation I chose english as language, I live in Brazil and to my Manager english is a difficult language to work, so he asked me if I could re-install the product and change the language.

When I installed the product for the first time I didn't note if this is possible.

So this is my question, Is possible reinstall the product using another language, i.e. portuguese.

Thanks in advance.
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I suggest you get the MUI.  If you install with English version of Office, it is possible to get from Microsoft what we call MUI.  It allows you to install language pack over your installation of Office and so you'll be able to change the language from the control panel as you wish.
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It worked !

Thanks
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Thank you !
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