The following files are available for download from the Microsoft Download Center:Note If you have a 32-bit version of Office 2013 Language Pack installed on a 64-bit version of Windows, you should install the Office 2013 Language Pack SP1 32-bit package.
Language packs add additional display, help, and proofing tools to Microsoft 365. You can install additional language accessory packs after installing Microsoft 365. If a language accessory pack is described as having partial localization, some parts of Microsoft 365 may still display in the language of your copy of Microsoft 365.
If you're an administrator who has deployed a volume licensed version of Office 2016 to your users, you can download an ISO image of the language packs, language interface packs, and proofing tools from the Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC).
If the language accessory pack includes proofing tools for that language, its status appears as Proofing installed. If the status is Proofing available, click the link to install the proofing tools.
Microsoft Office is a handy tool that can be easily accessorized for maximum potential. By adding an additional language accessory pack, you can increase your display features, add extra help functions and increased proofreading tools to standard Office features.
Adding a language accessory pack to Microsoft Office is simple if you follow a few basic steps. These steps work for both Language Accessory Packs for Office 2013 and Office 2010. The only difference is in choosing which version of Office you have.
Not all language accessory packs have this option available. If the language accessory pack does have this option, you will find it available under this menu. With this option, you can set the language priority order for the buttons, tabs, and help menu.
This article describes methods of deploying and managing language packs for versions of Office 2016 that use the Windows Installer (MSI) installation technology, which are available for enterprises through volume licensing. If you have an Office subscription and you're deploying Microsoft 365 Apps, which uses the Click-to-Run installation technology, see Overview of deploying languages for Microsoft 365 Apps.
Office 2016 is available in many languages. In an international setting, you can deploy multiple language versions of Office 2016 in a single installation process. Setup combines a language-neutral core product with one or more language-specific packages to create a complete product.
On the source media, language-specific packages are organized into separate folders. Each folder name has a language tag appended to it, in the form ll-cc. That tag identifies the language and culture. For example, U.S. English language folders are identified by the folder name extension en-us. The language tags help you determine the folders that you have to copy to the network installation point.
I'm installing a French Office language pack using MDT. I am able to install it and can set the editing language but haven't figured out how to set the UI and help language to French. Here is my config.xml during setup:
Add language packs for the existing Office 2013 installation cannot replace the language of the shell user interface (Shell UI) that was installed during the initial installation. The Shell UI includes core elements of Office that register with the operating system, such as file name extensions, Tool Tips, and right-click menu items.
1. Open the Group Policy object (GPO) for which you want to set policy. 2. In the navigation pane, expand (double-click) Computer Configuration or User Configuration, expand Administrative Templates, and then expandMicrosoft Office 2013\Language Preferences, which contains language-related policy settings.3. Under Language Preferences, choose either the Display Language or the Editing Language folder, depending on what you want to configure: The Display Language folder contains policy settings that allow you to enable language preferences for UI items such as menu items and Help. The Enable Language folder contains policy settings that allow you to choose and configure editing languages.4. In the details pane, open (double-click) the policy setting that you want to configure (French), choose Enable, and then specify any appropriate options that are provided. Then save the GPO.
The following links point to the official download server officecdn.microsoft.com. Instead of ISO they come as IMG images. These files are pure backup media, and can't be installed without a retail product key.
Bleibt noch die Frage, ob das "drübernageln" eines heruntergeladenen Language Packs bei einer per Webinstaller eingerichteten Office 2013-Installation klappt. Andy beschreibt hier in seinem Blog, dass es bei ihm geklappt habe und er nun ein deutsches Office 2013 habe. Andy hat auch einen Nachtrag in seinem Artikel verfasst, der beschreibt, wie man eventuell gratis zu einem Sprachpaket kommen kann.
Und falls der Download abgebrochen wurde: Es gibt in diesem Microsoft Answers-Forenthread noch eine Liste mit Download-Links, über die man deutsche Office 2013-Versionen herunterladen kann (alles Web-Installer). Versucht ggf. auch diesen Ansatz mit eurem Produktkey.
Dafür muss im Konto (auf office.com) ein zweiter Key generiert werden. Dies lässt sich dank der Option "Von einem Datenträger installieren" bewerkstelligen. Der neue Key kann dann unter office.com/backup benutzt werden um Office 2013 in Deutsch (auch die Home and Student Version) zu Downloaden.
Office 2013 Language Interface Packs ("LIP" or "Language Accessory Packs"), are offered from Microsoft in order to change the display language of the Office's 2013 applications menus (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) to another language of your choice. Additionally by installing a different language pack, you can use the spell and grammar checker on that language.
Notes:1. Unfortunately Microsoft doesn't offer the LIPs for all languages for FREE. In the below links you will find only the free language Packs for Office 2013. If you cannot find the download link for a language of your choice then you have to purchase (buy) that language pack directly from Microsoft.
1. Go to My Office Account and sign in with the Microsoft Account you used to purchase Office 2013.2. Select Install from a disc.3. Select I have a disc, and then select View your product key.4. Then navigate to and type your product key.5. Finally choose the language you want to download and install Office 2013 in that language (First uninstall any other version of Office).
I am using a german version, we have different Shortcuts for that (CTRL + . and CTRL + :). It works in 2013 as it worked before. Is your install in the same language as it was before? Maybe consult the help file to find out the correct combination?
Much like BGM, my initial problem is that I have a user who needs the German language pack for Office 2010. However, this copy of Office 2010 is an OEM license that came with the PC, so VLSC wouldn't be an option. Would the MUI files that dbeato linked to have any effect on the languages you can use for proofing in Office 2010, or is that strictly LIPs?
Some people may have packaged Office 2013 and uploaded it to websites like Archive. Then, you can get the Microsoft Office 2013 free download there. Or you can click the links below to get the Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus download directly.
If you often find yourself working in documents from multiple languages, it can save time to set up automatic support for each language. In Microsoft Office 2010 you can configure your office programs for use with various languages, and here is how.
The ADMX file shows that this policy (L_SharedComputerLicensing) sets the value (0 or 1) of the sharedcomputerlicensing parameter under the software\policies\microsoft\office\16.0\common\licensing registry key.
TwinCAT 3 uses Visual Studio ("Professional" functionality or higher) or the Visual Studio Shell as the development environment. Various language packs are offered for Visual Studio. A distinction is thereby made between the functional specification of the development environment and the supported languages.
Another way to install the proofing tools is to select your desired language and click on the appropriate link below. All the links below are direct download links so the download will start immediately. You can then click on the executable to install the proofing tools.Office 2013 Proofing Tools English 64-bit installerOffice 2013 Proofing Tools English 32-bit installer
Search that page for "English", and click Download. Run the installer. It will run in whatever language office is using (eg, Estonian) but when done you can restart Office and it will display in English.
This method requires language packages installed before you changing to them. You can get more displaying language packages with clicking the hyperlink of How to get more Display and Help language from Office.com? See screen shot below: