Microsoft Office ScreenTip Language 2013: Change language for Office programs

Many Microsoft Office users do not have English as their first language or are not experts in the English language. As such, they may prefer to see the names of display elements such as menus, buttons and dialog boxes in their native language. Microsoft Office ScreenTip Language 2013. It’s a feature that shows the text of display elements in another language by just pointing to them with your mouse.

Microsoft Office uses the default input language in the Windows operating system to determine the default language for Office programs. To change the default language in Office programs, you must change the default input language for the Windows operating system, and then change the default editing language for Office. But using this tool you can change the change the editing, display, ScreenTip, and Help languages of your Microsoft Office programs, even if the default language of your Windows installation is English.

Microsoft Office ScreenTip Language 2013

Translated ScreenTip languages available for Microsoft Office applications include Word 2013, Microsoft Office Excel 2013, Microsoft Office Outlook 2013, Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2013, Microsoft Office OneNote 2013, Microsoft Visio 2013, and more. The download does not require you to install a traditional language pack as an addition.

To install the tool, visit the Microsoft Office ScreenTip Language 2013 download page and download and install the tool.

Having done this, to change the ScreenTip Language click on the Office ‘File’ button, scroll down until you find ‘Options’, click on it, select the desired language and set ScreenTip Language to ‘Match Display Language’.

Microsoft Office ScreenTip Language 2013

That is all that needs to be done.

You can download Microsoft Office ScreenTip Language 2013 from here. It supports Microsoft Office 2013 on Windows 8 or Windows 7.

East Asian and Complex Script languages may require support files to be installed. This can be done through the Control Panel in ‘Regional and Language Options’.

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