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Setting the language for a specific infopath form

Posted on 2011-09-09
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A very simple question: How do I change to default language for a specific form?

I creates forms for our intranet in 4 different languages, but I can't figure out how to change to language for an existing form. All the error messages and information is shown in Danish but the site (and the users) are English!

I can only find a way to change the editing language for Office - not for the form I have open.
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Sorry - I have tagged my question with 2007 instead of 2010!

The answer is for 2007 and does not apply to Infopath 2010 - also it only tells me how to change the edit language for spelling - not the help text in pop-ups and validations...
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