How To Install Microsoft Office 2010 Language Pack

Microsoft Office 2010 RTM has been available to download for some time now. Like Windows Language Interface Packs, Office 2010 language packs allow you change the language used for text in menus, dialog boxes and toolbars.


Office 2010 language packs are available in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions. Please note that the language pack installation screens will show the instructions and options in the language that you are installing (we have used English language pack in this guide, so all texts are in English).

Here is how to install language pack for Office 2010:

1. Download Office 2010 language pack from here. Office 2010 language packs are available for both 32-bit and 64-bit versions. Make sure that you have downloaded the right language pack before installing the pack.

2. Double-click on the downloaded file and click continue for the UAC prompt.

3. In the next screen, you will asked to select a Microsoft Office product. Select Microsoft Office 2010 language pack from the list and click Continue button to see the license agreement screen.

Install Office 2010 language pack

4. Accept the license agreement, click Continue button.

5. In the following screen, you can choose between custom or direct install methods. If your Windows drive (generally “C” drive) running out of space, click Custom button to change the install location.

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installing Office 2010 language pack

6. Installation may take a few minutes. Once done, you will see successfully installed message.

installing office 2010 language packs

Please note that Office 2010 RTM language packs are not available yet. So, if you are running Office 2010 RTM, please wait for a few days.



  1. Frank Bodo says

    Dear MS Team, I recently purchased a new PC with Windows 8 platform. I was using a HU keyboard with my old PC in an XP platform. Now, the keyboard does not work . What program should I download and from where to be able to use my HU keyboaard in the Windows 8 platform ? Similarly, what download would be appropriate for a Windows 7 platform ? * my new Laptop has Windows 7 ) Much appreciated Thanks Frank 9-23-2014

  2. Andrea C says

    After it ask me to select a product the next step ask me to change my installation by clicking (a) add or remove features (b)repair (c) (d)remove. what do i click on? Please help me, my children needs this program for school. Thanks!

  3. AndyBain says

    Since Office 2010 64 bit is till flakey we have 32 bit Office installed on 64 bit Win 7 pro. So, does the Office integration pack have to be the same as the OS or the same as Office? I’ve downloaded the 64 bit language pack, it’s just the Office integration I’m confused on.

  4. JeffM says

    No, “Idiots” is right. Under number 1, the article says “Download Office 2010 language pack from here.” with no link. If he is not able to post the link, then why have the word “here”? Looks to me like he simply copied the article directly from the MS Office site. Not really helpful.

  5. TimeSheep says

    They’re not idiots. The language packs are paid, which in turn means he isn’t allowed to link to them. If you want to pay for it I’m quite sure you can find it within a minute of searching on Microsoft’s website

  6. AL says


    What would be REALLY usefull is if MSFT could provide an indication on when these will actually be released!

    This following guide talks about deployment but then says the packs are “not yet available” (usefull NOT!)
    “Deploy Multilanguage Packs for Microsoft Office 2010”

    Also the download location current shows no avaialble items for download.
    Office 2010 Language Interface Pack (LIP) Downloads

    The Beta has been around for ages – when will the RTM packs be avaialble for download ?

    – AL

  7. bryn_officeteam says

    Thanks for posting this great guide on how to install a the Microsoft Office 2010 language pack! The pictures make it very easy to follow and I am sure many users will find this handy!

    You should definitely share this with the community of Office users over on Facebook:

    MSFT Office Outreach Team

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