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Howto change the "User Interface Language" in MO 2007

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by crashedpilot, Dec 9, 2011.

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  1. crashedpilot

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    My laptop has Microsoft Office 2007 installed but everything is in Swedish. I want to change it to English. I am not a techie, do not have access to the installation disc, and have tried altering it through "regional settings and languages" no effect!

    The OS system is in English although when Windows starts and closes I get Swedish "welcome, Windows is closing down, etc.
    Browsing the web I came across this "http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc179091(office.12).aspx" which appears to address the issue. However, it is beyond my capabilities and I don't know if this is correct in any case.

    So, please can sks help me. I am "stuck in the water" and cannot get on with my work. Again, the user interface language is Swedish(and I am in Sweden) so I am not able to "enter" the various elements of Office 2007. Catch 22!?

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