Mino – The UC Guy

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Multilingual User Interface Package for Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 R2

Posted by Mino on April 26, 2009

I have been into a deployment within the GULF countries where the language of the application is much more important than the application itself.

English is not commonly used and the localized language was requested even on the OCS level.

Microsoft Provides localized MUI (Multilingual User Interface ) for Both Communicator Client 2007 R2 and Communicator Web Access. However there is no MUI yet for the Communicator Phone Edition 😦

This MUI Package for Office Communicator 2007 R2 includes the following languages:

·         Arabic

·         Bulgarian

·         Catalan

·         Chinese – Simplified

·         Chinese – Traditional

·         Chinese Hong Kong

·         Croatian

·         Czech

·         Danish

·         Dutch

·         English

·         Estonian

·         Finnish

·         French

·         German

·         Greek

·         Hebrew

·         Hindi

·         Hungarian

·         Italian

·         Japanese

·         Korean

·         Latvian

·         Lithuanian

·         Norwegian

·         Polish

·         Portuguese (Portugal)

·         Portuguese (Brazil)

·         Romanian

·         Russian

·         Serbian

·         Slovak

·         Slovenian

·         Spanish

·         Swedish

·         Thai

·         Turkish

·         Ukrainian

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One Response to “Multilingual User Interface Package for Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 R2”

  1. i use both open office and microsoft office and i would say that microsoft office is more responsive and user friendly :”`

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