From Arabic to Welsh: Get Office in your own language

With more than 500 million Office customers around the world, the programs need to be available in whichever language our customers want to speak. So, the latest version of Office – Office 2007 - comes in over 80 languages:

You can buy the full version of Office 2007 in these 38 languages:


German Portuguese
Bulgarian Greek Portuguese (Brazil)

Chinese (Pan-Chinese)

Hebrew Romanian
Chinese (Simplified) Hindi Russian
Chinese (Traditional) Hungarian Serbian
Croatian Italian Slovak
Czech Japanese Slovenian
Danish Kazakh Spanish
Dutch Korean Swedish
English Latvian Thai
Estonian Lithuaniun Turkish
Finnish Norwegian Ukrainian
French Polish  

You can also purchase Office Language Packs to add more languages.

If the language you're looking for isn't on that list, you can download a free Language Interface Pack (LIP) for 42 more languages if you already have Office 2003 or 2007 installed. The LIP works for Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Word, and acts as a "skin" that sits on top of Office.

Language interface packs (LIPs) are available in these 42 languages (for Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Word)

Afrikaans Gujarati Nepali
Albanian Icelandic Norwegian Nynorsk
Alsatian Inuktitut Oriya
Armenian Indonesian Pashto
Assamese Irish Punjabi
Azeri IsiZulu Romansh
Basque Kannada Serbian / српски
Bengali (India) Konkani Tatar
Bosnian (Cyrillic) Kyrgyz Tamil
Bosnian Latin Luxembourgish Teluga
Catalan Macedonian (FYROM) Vietnamese
Farsi Malayalam Uzbek
Filipino Malay Brunei Welsh
Galician Malay Malaysia  
Georgian Marathi  

Later in 2009 we’ll be adding more languages to our Office Language Interface Pack program. We’ll let you know the minute they're available right here on this blog.

Here's more info about using Office in different languages:

PS: If you don’t already have Office 2007, you can buy it online or try it out for free.

-- Dearbhla (International Product Planner)