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Microsoft Office 2010 multilingual support (English and Spanish)

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A virtual PC is required that will be accessed by English and Spanish speakers from time to time.  I want to be able to change the display language etc. in Microsoft Office 2010 to suit the user that is logged in.  How can I configure and support this?
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OS on the Virtual PC is Windows 7 Pro SP1
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have you gone through below link ?

http://office.microsoft.com/en-in/language-packs/office-language-packs-2010-faq-HA101828857.aspx

A Language Pack enables a user or organization to add localized Display, Help, and document-proofing tools for an additional language to their base Office 2010 language deployment and to easily switch between languages.

How much do Language Packs cost?

Office Language Packs have a suggested retail price of $24.95 (U.S.) or the international currency equivalent. Please note that the suggested retail prices may be higher in non-U.S. currencies due to additional taxes and/or transaction costs, and that the actual price is established by the retailer
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