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Does anyone know if you can buy Microsoft Language Packs to cover all languages?
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I think you have to buy the Microsoft Office language packs.

I have also been told if you load too many it slows down your PC.
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The Office language interface packs are free [http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/downloads/office-language-interface-pack-lip-downloads-HA001113350.aspx ] ... but the full language packs with all the help file and proofing tools are not -- there's a small charge for each language.

In general, the free language interface pack is all you need ==> read the "How is a language interface pack different than a language pack?"  section here to see what additional features you get if you buy the full language pack:  http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel-help/microsoft-office-language-interface-pack-overview-HA010356061.aspx
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