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Setting Up Languages
Setting Up Languages
The process of adding and setting up languages to work with the translation features in
Word 2010 is fairly simple, but there are a few steps you need to complete:
Choose the language you want to add.
Download the Microsoft Office 2010 Language Pack if necessary.
Enable the language.
Choose whether you want the language to be used in the user interface and help
windows and in ScreenTips.
Tip
Another option you can choose when working with languages in Word 2010 involves
setting up the keyboard to reflect the language you are using. This enables you to use
characters, accents, and punctuation that are a part of that particular language.
Adding a Language
Your first step in preparing Word 2010 to work with the languages you want involves telling
it what those languages are. You use Word Options to install the languages so that they will
be available when you’re working on your document. Here are the steps for adding an
editing language to Word 2010:
1. Open the document you want to use.
2. On the Review tab, click Language in the Language group.
3. Click Language Preferences.
The Language page of the Word Options dialog box appears, as Figure 9-1 shows.
4. Click the Add Additional Editing Languages arrow, select the language from the list,
and then click Add.
The language appears in the Choose Editing Language list. Note that you can click Not
Installed to download and install the Microsoft Office 2010 Language Pack if necessary.
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