Jul 26, 2018 i bought some years ago the language pack for office 2007, i restart my pc, how can i download the program again. I have the ticket with the order number. Sep 15, 2008 Can you link the product you actually bought? The MS Office Multi-Language Pack 2007? Did you get a CD, did you get a download? If you got an eOpen authorization and license number, you can go to the eOpen website and download the spanish pack.
Custom Search About MS Office Chinese Language Packs And the related FAQ: Where can I find the Office Proofing Tools? The primary purpose of Office language packs — now called language accessory packs for Office 2016 — is to change the display language of Office menus, dialogs and Help into your native language, just as Windows language packs do for the overall system. But they are accompanied by a free handy toolset you can use across languages: the Office Proofing Tools. In the past, many users purchased Office language packs only to obtain the proofing tools, but in recent versions all or most of these tools have been made available for free separate download. Office Proofing Tools include an option to right-click and select 'Translate' from the context menu, and a 'Translation ScreenTips' feature that displays explanations in another language while you hover over buttons and other options in the program. The proofing tools will also allow you to sort Simplified Chinese by number of strokes or Pinyin, and Traditional Chinese by strokes or Zhuyin.
In English and most other non-Chinese editing languages, Hanzi will sort by Unicode code point values. That is generally in Kangxi dictionary order, although I believe it gets weird once you get into the number ranges of rare characters. But after installing Chinese proofing tools, sorting in Word and Excel will work the way most Chinese speakers expect. See the FAQ page on for instructions on setting up and using this feature. Simplified/Traditional Chinese character conversion is also included. In recent versions of Office, that feature lives in the Review ribbon. If you try to run that converter and get a message saying ', you don't actually have the feature installed and will need to download proofing tools or a language pack by following the instructions below.
Where to Get Office Language Packs & Tools: For Office 2016 you can download entire 'Language Accessory Packs' free, including Chinese display (ribbons, menus, dialogs, and more in Chinese), Chinese help, and Chinese proofing tools, in separate packages for 简体 and 繁體 direct from. For Office 2013 you can download the Chinese Proofing Tools and Translation ScreenTips for free. And although Microsoft also sells USD $24.99 简体 and 繁體 Office Language Packs for those needing the entire user interface in Chinese, you can just reinstall Office entirely in Chinese at no additional cost if you have an Office 365 subscription or education/enterprise license.
Office 2013 'Language Preferences' (in your Start menu with Office) contains links to the Microsoft download page, but here it is direct: For Office 2010 Microsoft offers and they were selling single-language Office Language Packs with the proofing tools included (for USD $24.95 each, in 简体 or 繁體 versions, with Chinese-language installers only), but last time I checked those language packs had once again disappeared from the Microsoft Store and other sites. Feel free to search for these 600MB Office 2010 language pack files yourself, or if you need help: 32-bit Simplified — X16-37690.exe 32-bit Traditional — X16-37692.exe 64-bit Simplified — X16-37627.exe 64-bit Traditional — X16-37628.exe If you only need the free 2010 input method updates, those are still available free. See my FAQ pages on the mainland/Singapore and the Taiwan/HK/Macau For Office 2007, all three features were inside downloadable single-language packs, but I can't find those online anymore. They were also on the last of three discs, 'Proofing Tools', in the full 36-language DVD package.