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Options for using Office 2010 suites in multiple languages

Choose the right option for your organization

Here are some sample scenarios and detailed descriptions to help you decide which option is right for your organization.
You should install any language version of the Office 2010 suites with one or more Microsoft Office Language Packs 2010 or the Office Multi-Language Pack 2010.
You should install the English-language version of the Office 2010 suites and one or more Office Language Packs 2010 or the Office Multi-Language Pack 2010.
You should install localized versions of Office 2010 suites for one language and one or more Office Language Packs 2010 or the Office Multi-Language Pack 2010.

Localized versions of the Office 2010 suites

Licensing localized versions of the Office 2010 suites (such as Office 2010 suites in English and Office 2010 suites in Spanish) may be best if your organization needs completely localized functionality and the additional content that comes with some fully localized versions. Each localized version includes at least two sets of appropriate proofing tools for the languages you're likely to use most (for instance, the Norwegian version includes Norwegian, German, and English proofing tools). To expand advanced editing and UI support to up to 37 additional languages, you can add one or more Office Language Packs 2010.