How to Install Microsoft Office 2013 English Language Pack 25
If you want to change the language of your Microsoft Office 2013 applications to English, you need to download and install the Office language interface pack (LIP) for English. A LIP is a translated user interface that installs on top of a copy of Microsoft Office 2013 and can be downloaded for free from the Microsoft Support website[^1^].
In this article, we will show you how to install the English LIP for Office 2013 step by step.
Go to the Download Office language interface packs (LIP) page and select English from the drop-down menu.
Click on the Download button and save the file to your computer.
Double-click on the file to start the installation process. You may need to enter your administrator password or confirm your choice.
Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation. You may need to restart your computer for the changes to take effect.
Open any Office 2013 application and click on File > Options > Language. You should see English as the display language and the default editing language. If not, you can change them by clicking on the Set as Default button.
Enjoy using Office 2013 in English!
Note: If you have installed Service Pack 1 for Microsoft Office 2013 Language Pack (KB2817427) 64-Bit Edition[^2^], you do not need to install the LIP separately. The service pack contains all the updates and improvements for the language packs and can be downloaded from the Microsoft Download Center[^2^].
If you want to learn more about how to change the language Office uses in its menus and proofing tools, you can visit this page: Change the language Office uses in its menus and proofing tools[^3^].
Benefits of Using Office 2013 in English
There are many reasons why you might want to use Office 2013 in English, such as:
You are more comfortable or familiar with the English language and prefer to use it for your work or personal projects.
You need to communicate or collaborate with people who use English as their primary or secondary language.
You want to access more resources or tutorials that are available in English online or offline.
You want to improve your English skills by using it more often and learning new words or expressions.
Using Office 2013 in English can help you achieve these goals and more. You can also switch back to your original language anytime you want by following the same steps as above.
Troubleshooting Tips for Office 2013 Language Issues
If you encounter any problems or errors while using Office 2013 in English or any other language, here are some tips that might help you solve them:
Make sure you have installed the latest updates and service packs for Office 2013 and Windows. You can check for updates by clicking on File > Account > Update Options > Update Now in any Office 2013 application.
Make sure you have enough disk space and memory on your computer to run Office 2013 smoothly. You can check your system requirements by clicking on File > Help > System Information in any Office 2013 application.
Make sure you have the correct language pack or LIP installed for the language you want to use. You can check your installed languages by clicking on File > Options > Language in any Office 2013 application.
If you have multiple languages installed, make sure you have selected the right one as the default display and editing language. You can change them by clicking on File > Options > Language in any Office 2013 application.
If you still have issues, you can contact Microsoft Support for further assistance. You can find their contact information by clicking on File > Help > Contact Us in any Office 2013 application.
We hope this article has helped you install and use Office 2013 in English. If you have any feedback or suggestions, please let us know in the comments below.