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FAQ: How to I change the default language in Word for Mac? [Word 2011]
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How do I change language in Excel for Mac? Depending on how desperate you are to change your Office suite language, I suggest trying LibreOffice www. It allows you to use whatever language you can, independent of the language of your Operating System. I have the same question Microsoft Office is language-specific, which means that the language of the product which you buy is also the language which you will get when you install the product.
Office users can download the trial in the language desired and use their CD key to activate.
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Isn't Google grand? How can in make it to report NL when it detects and report UK when it detects that would be outstanding.
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Not sure when I'll have it done, but since discovering this, I'm working on a full EA that will pull any language version from that table and not just one or two noted ones. Once I've got something working I'll post it here and in the EA section. You might find a case statement neater and easier to read and more appropriate if you ever add other languages.
So here's a pretty complete version below. This should report any language version that's installed, even if as obscure as Mecedonian! The arrays used in this are crazy long, but I settled on using that instead of a case statement as I originally began looking at, because that was tuning out to be even more nutty! I did some random tests with this by pointing the script to a local custom plist with values plucked from the first array, and it seems to be reporting the correct language in all cases I tried. Edit: Corrected to account for a case where the language code pulled didn't match anything in the array.
Thank you all Carlo. If so, then I guess that doesn't actually get changed in the plist during a specific language installation. Too bad, since its obvious Microsoft uses those codes throughout their products. Not sure why it wouldn't be updated in the plist there as well. I understand. What I was wondering though was if you run this command in a Terminal window on a Mac with the NL version of Office installed-.
What is the output?