Posts Tagged ‘Language’

The Microsoft Language Portal – Bridging languages, cultures & technology

The Microsoft Language Portal offers free downloads of localization style guides, terminologies, UI (User Interface) translations, and a feedback feature to provide input on how Microsoft products are translated into your language, and much more. Continue reading

International Mother Language Day: Microsoft Office 2010 & Windows 7 now available in 96 Languages!

Today, in celebration of International Mother Language Day, Microsoft has pushed the total number of languages supported by Windows 7 and Office 2010 to approximately 96. Continue reading

Deploying multilanguage packs for Microsoft Office 2010

This download from Microsoft describes and illustrates how to deploy multi-language packs for Microsoft Office 2010. Continue reading

How To Install Language Packs In Windows 7

You can change the language Windows 7 uses to display text in wizards, dialog boxes, menus, and other items in the user interface. Some display languages are installed by default, while others require you to install additional language files.

There are two types of language files: Continue reading

Microsoft Language Portal gets a facelift

The Microsoft Language Portal has been redesigned and made easier-to-use. This exercise has been carried out as a part of a wider effort to provide IT terminology for public download in an industry-recognized format.

If you are a regular visitor to the Language Portal, you’ll still find our online terminology and UI strings search, style guide downloads, and UI string downloads for TechNet/MSDN subscribers, but Microsoft has also introduced a brand-new feature: public downloads of the international Terminology Collection in the industry-standard .tbx format.

The Microsoft Language Portal also offers free downloads of localization style guides, a feedback feature to provide input on how Microsoft products are translated into your language, and much more.

You can search for all the available Windows 7 & Office 2010 localized languages packs / LIP’s here on the Microsoft Language Portal.