- Feb 27, 2020 Microsoft Office 2010 Language pack English. Includes 32bit and 64bit installs.See 'office 2010 37 language packs.txt' for the names of other languages in this set.
- Microsoft has released Service Pack 1 for Microsoft Office 2021. It is a major update and upgrade to Microsoft's first Windows server-based platform. If you use Microsoft Office applications like Word, Outlook, Excel or PowerPoint then Service Pack 1 will most likely have an adverse impact on your productivity as it incorporates many new.
The details (and lack of) about add-on languages for Office 2010.
You can buy additional languages (proofing and interface) for Office 2010, however details are sadly lacking.
Choose the desired option, ie Microsoft Office Language Pack 2010 – English and then submit Continue. Then click Install Now. Then wait until the process ends. Finally click Close button and then you are ready to open your Office application using the new language. Microsoft Office 2010 Language pack Slovak. Includes 32bit and 64bit installs.See 'office 2010 37 language packs.txt' for the names of other languages in this set. Download Office language interface packs (LIP) Change the language on the ribbon and commands for some Microsoft Office applications. Learn more about Office language interface packs.
Getting Office language packs was once a tiresome and difficult process. The packs were sold, at high prices, by a third-party company. They were hard to find, order and install. If you were scared off Office language packs in the past, you might try again now.
For more recent versions of Office, Microsoft has streamlined the whole thing and brought it in-house. Language Packs can be purchased for these language groups:
- Traditional Chinese
- Brazilian Portuguese
- Simplified Chinese
The price has dropped considerably from the bad old days, now anyone can buy and download a language pack for just US$24.95, sometimes cheaper. At time of writing the Traditional Chinese pack was on sale for US$9.95.
As we’ve noted before, not all languages have all Office features. Microsoft has a table setting out what is available for each language.
Office 2010 Language Pack Chinese
The full set of Office features is only available for English, French, German, Italian and Spanish.
It would be worth checking the details before purchasing a language pack because there’s quite a bit of variation and exceptions. Sadly the online product descriptions are fairly useless. Microsoft uses the same boilerplate text to describe each language pack (in English only) with only the last word changed to match the language.
It’s not clear which language variations are included in each language pack. For example the Spanish language pack presumably includes the variations for Spain, Mexico, USA, Argentina, Chile etc but there’s nothing in the product description to tell you.
It would be nice if someone at Microsoft could spare the time to ensure that the product descriptions for each language pack are accurate and relevant to that language. A short description in that language would also seem appropriate, in addition to English.
Only Office 2010 language packs are now available. Office 2007 language packs were withdraw from sale, for no good reason, in mid-2011.