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Proofing Tools for Office 2003 Editions are a collection of editing technologies that enable users to proof Office 2003 Editions files in more than 50 different languages. The tools include spelling and grammar checkers, AutoCorrect lists, AutoSummarize capabilities for Microsoft Word, Input Method Editors (IMEs) for East Asian languages, and other tools. Proofing tools for Office 2003 Editions are contained on a single CD, and you can add them to any Office 2003 Edition or Microsoft Office program.Proofing Tools for Office 2003 offers: proofing and editing tools for Icelandic and Gaelic; spelling checkers in Welsh, Galician, Icelandic, and Gaelic for Microsoft Office Publisher 2003; an English to Thai translation dictionary and a Turkish grammar checker.
Microsoft Office 2003 Proofing Tools includes spelling and grammar checkers, thesauruses, AutoCorrect lists, Hyphenator, and other editing tools that help users create and edit Office documents in more than 50 languages.
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© 2003 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

This document provides late-breaking and other information about the Microsoft Office 2003 Multilingual User Interface Pack.

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Contents

Product information

Setup reference

Known issues

Product information

Introduction

Microsoft Office 2003 Multilingual User Interface Pack (Office 2003 MUI Pack) adds key multilingual capabilities to Microsoft Office 2003 applications, including translated text for the user interface, online Help, wizards, and templates. By using Office 2003 MUI Pack, users can work in the English versions of Office applications and view commands, options, Help topics, wizards, and templates for those applications in another language. Office 2003 MUI Pack also includes proofing tools — for example, fonts, thesauri, spelling and grammar checkers, AutoCorrect lists, and Input Method Editors — that can help users create and edit Office documents in the language of their choice.

During installation, files that enable users to change the language of the user interface and online Help are copied to the destination hard disk. Localized templates and wizards are also added to the appropriate Office 2003 applications.

After installation, Office 2003 MUI Pack capabilities and corresponding options are available from within Office 2003 applications and the Microsoft Office 2003 Language Settings utility. Users do not start Office 2003 MUI Pack as a separate application.

System requirements

To run Office 2003 MUI Pack, computers must meet the following minimum requirements:

Operating system Microsoft Windows XP, or Microsoft Windows 2000 with Service Pack 3 or later.

Software The English version of any Office 2003 suite — for example, Microsoft Office Professional Edition 2003 or Microsoft Office Developer Edition 2003 — or any of the following individual Microsoft Office 2003 applications:

  • Microsoft Office Access
  • Microsoft Office Excel
  • Microsoft Office FrontPage
  • Microsoft Office InfoPath
  • Microsoft Office OneNote
  • Microsoft Office Outlook
  • Microsoft Office PowerPoint
  • Microsoft Office Publisher
  • Microsoft Office Word

Hard disk In addition to the hard disk space used by installed Office 2003 applications, computers must have the following available hard disk space:

  • 20 megabytes (MB) for each language that includes only proofing tools.
  • 385 MB for the first East Asian language you install support for. Language support includes the fonts, Input Method Editor (IME), templates, and other tools designed specifically for that language.
  • 150 MB for any other language.

All other system requirements are the same as those of the Office 2003 applications that you are using with Office 2003 MUI Pack.

Note The hard disk space requirement varies according to the Office 2003 MUI Pack components you choose to install. In addition, if you choose to install components on first use instead of all at once, the hard disk space requirement is typically smaller, because you may not use all components.

Installation, deployment, and maintenance

For information about installing, deploying, and maintaining Office 2003 MUI Pack, see the 'Worldwide Deployment' section of the Microsoft Office 2003 Resource Kit.

You can obtain the Office 2003 Resource Kit wherever computer books are sold or directly from Microsoft Press. To locate your nearest source for Microsoft Press products worldwide, visit the Microsoft Press Web site. You can also contact your local Microsoft office. In the United States, call (800) MS-PRESS. In Canada, call (800) 667-1115.

You can also visit the Microsoft Office Resource Kit Web site. The Web site provides updates to the printed and online material and also includes the Microsoft Office Resource Kit Journal, which provides the latest information about deploying administrative updates for Microsoft Office applications. The Web site also includes a Toolbox, which contains a diverse set of custom administrative tools, white papers, and reference material available for download.

Setup reference

Supported languages

The following table lists the languages supported by Office 2003 MUI Pack and their corresponding locale identifiers (LCID).

LanguageLCID
Arabic 1025
Basque 1069
Bulgarian 1026
Chinese (Simplified)2052
Chinese (Traditional) 1028
Croatian1050
Czech 1029
Danish 1030
Dutch 1043
English (U.S.) 1033
Estonian1061
Finnish 1035
French 1036
Gaelic (Ireland) 2108
Galician1110
German 1031
Greek 1032
Gujarati 1095
Hebrew 1037
Hindi 1081
Hungarian 1038
Icelandic 1039
Indonesian1057
Italian 1040
Japanese 1041
Kannada1099
Korean 1042
Latvian1062
Lithuanian1063
Marathi1102
Norwegian (Bokmål) 1044
Norwegian (Nynorsk) 2068
Polish1045
Portuguese (Brazil) 1046
Portuguese (Portugal) 2070
Punjabi1094
Romanian1048
Russian 1049
Serbian (Latin)*2074
Slovak1051
Slovenian1060
Spanish3082
Swedish1053
Tamil1097
Telugu1098
Thai1054
Turkish1055
Ukrainian1058
Urdu1056
Vietnamese1066
Welsh1106

Proofing tools included for each language

The following table lists the proofing tools that Office 2003 MUI Pack includes for each language. Some proofing tools are available only in specific Microsoft Office applications and for specific languages.

LanguageSpelling checkerGrammar and style checkerThesaurusAutoCorrect listAutoSummarizeHyphenationTranslation dictionaries
ArabicXX XXX
BasqueX XX
BulgarianX X X
CatalanX XXX
Chinese (Simplified)XXXX
Chinese (Traditional)XXXX
CroatianX XXX
CzechX XXX
DanishX XXXX
DutchX XXXX
EnglishX XXXXXX
EstonianX XXX
FinnishX XXXX
FrenchX X XXXXX
Gaelic (Ireland)X
GalicianX X
GermanXXXXXXX
GreekXXXX
GujaratiXXX
HebrewXXXX
HindiXXX
HungarianXXXXX
IcelandicXX
IndonesianX
ItalianXXXXXXX
JapaneseXXXX
KannadaXXX
KoreanXXXXX
LatvianXXX
LithuanianXXX
MarathiXX
Norwegian (Bokmål)XXXXX
Norwegian (Nynorsk)XXX
PolishXXXXX
Portuguese (Brazil)XXXXXX
Portuguese (Portugal)XXXXX
PunjabiXX
RomanianXXXX
RussianXXXXX
Serbian (Cyrillic)*XXX
Serbian (Latin)XXX
SlovakXXXX
SlovenianXXXX
SpanishXXXXXXX
SwedishXXXXXX
TamilXXX
TeluguXX
ThaiXXX
TurkishXXXXX
UkrainianXXXX
VietnameseXX
WelshXX

Known issues

Running Setup from an LCID folder

If you run Setup directly from the LCID folder for a specific language, instead of using the Microsoft Office 2003 Multilingual User Interface Pack Setup Wizard, and the operating system does not support that language, Setup fails. To complete Setup in such cases, follow these steps: Open the MS-DOS prompt and switch to the disk drive and directory that contains the Setup.exe file that you want to run. At the command prompt, type SETUP.EXE /skiplangcheck.

Displaying fax wizards and templates

If you use Office 2003 MUI Pack with the Japanese language version of Office Word 2003, fax templates and wizards may not be displayed correctly. The following list contains common errors and workarounds:

  • If you set the user interface to English, the names of the Fax Wizard and three fax templates appear in English in the New Document task pane. However, the wizard and templates contain Japanese content. To access the English versions of these files, you must open them directly from the Program FilesMicrosoft OfficeTemplates1033 folder.
  • If you set the user interface to Japanese, the names of both the English and Japanese fax wizards and fax templates appear in Japanese in the New Document task pane. To access the English versions of these files, you must open them directly from the Program FilesMicrosoft OfficeTemplates1033 folder. Similar errors may occur if you use the Japanese User Interface Pack with the English language version of Office Word 2003.
  • If you set the user interface to English, the names of the Japanese Fax Wizard and three Japanese fax templates appear in Japanese in the New Document task pane. However, the wizard and templates contain English content. To access the Japanese versions of these files, you must open them directly from the Program FilesMicrosoft OfficeTemplates1041 folder.
  • If you set the user interface to Japanese, the Japanese version of the Fax Wizard does not appear in the New Document task pane. To access the Japanese version of the wizard, you must open it directly from the Program FilesMicrosoft OfficeTemplates1041 folder.

Using the Korean proofing tools after installing Microsoft Visio 2002

If you install the English version of Microsoft Office 2003 and Korean language support from Office 2003 MUI Pack, and then install the Korean version of Microsoft Visio 2002, you receive an error message when you attempt to use the Korean proofing tools in an Office 2003 application. To fix this issue, repair your installation of Office 2003 MUI Pack by following these steps:

  1. Open Control Panel, and then do one of the following:
    • If you are using Microsoft Windows XP, double-click the Add or Remove Programs icon.
    • If you are using Microsoft Windows 2000, double-click the Add/Remove Programs icon.
  2. In the Currently installed programs list, click Microsoft Office 2003 Korean User Interface Pack, and then click Change.
  3. In the Microsoft Office 2003 User Interface Pack Setup Wizard, click Reinstall or Repair, and then click Next.
  4. Click Detect and Repair errors in my User Interface Pack installation, and then click Install.

Hiding the Microsoft Windows Language bar

After you install support for any East Asian language from Office 2003 MUI Pack, the Microsoft Windows Language bar appears. The Language bar is a floating toolbar that automatically appears on the Windows desktop after you install handwriting recognition, speech recognition, or an Input Method Editor (IME). It enables you to switch input methods and perform other tasks related to entering text. If you prefer to enter text by using other tools, you can hide the Language bar. To do this, follow these steps:

  1. Right-click the Language bar, and then click Settings on the shortcut menu.
  2. On the Settings tab, click Language Bar.
  3. Clear the Show the Language bar on the desktop check box.

Installing the Serbian (Cyrillic) proofing tools

The Microsoft Office 2003 Multilingual User Interface Pack Setup Wizard provides an installation option only for Serbian (Latin). However, you can install proofing tools for Serbian (Cyrillic) text by following these steps:

  1. On the Microsoft Office 2003 Multilingual User Interface Pack CD-ROM, open the 2074 folder, and then double-click the Setup.exe file.

    The Microsoft Office 2003 Multilingual User Interface Pack Setup Wizard appears and displays the Microsoft End-User License Agreement (EULA).

  2. If you accept the terms of the EULA, select the I accept the terms in the License Agreement check box, and then click Next.
  3. Click Custom Install, and then click Next.
  4. Under Microsoft Office (Serbian (Latin)), click the plus sign (+) next to Office Shared Features.
  5. Under Office Shared Features, click the icon next to Proofing Tools, and then click Run all from My Computer on the menu that appears.
  6. Click Install.

Adding words with special characters to a custom spelling dictionary

If a custom dictionary is encoded in American National Standards Institute (ANSI) format, you may not be able to add words containing special characters to it. You can fix this problem by converting the custom dictionary from the ANSI format to Unicode, and then adding the word to the custom dictionary. To convert the custom dictionary from ANSI format to Unicode, follow these steps:

1. Locate the custom dictionary file.

If you are not sure where the file is stored, follow these steps in Office Word 2003:

  1. On the Tools menu, click Options.
  2. On the Spelling & Grammar tab, click Custom Dictionaries.
  3. In the Dictionary list, click the custom dictionary you want to convert.

    The Full path area below the Dictionary list displays the path to the custom dictionary file.

  4. Note the path to the custom dictionary file, and then click Cancel to close each dialog box.

2. Open the custom dictionary file in Notepad and convert it to Unicode.

To do this, follow these steps:

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  1. On the Windows Start menu, point to Programs, point to Accessories, and then click Notepad.
  2. On the File menu, click Open.
  3. In the Files of type box, click All Files.
  4. Locate and click the custom dictionary file, and then click Open.
  5. On the File menu, click Save As.
  6. In the Encoding box, click Unicode, and then click Save.
  7. When you receive a message that asks whether you want to replace the existing file, click Yes.
  8. Close Notepad.

Installing support for more than one East Asian language at a time may fail

If you try to install support for more than one East Asian language at a time, by either running Setup from a network share or chaining installations, support for only one East Asian language is installed. This problem occurs if your computer is running Microsoft Windows 2000 Service Pack 3 or later and you upgraded your computer to Office 2003 from Microsoft Office XP with one or more East Asian, Office XP MUI packs installed.

To solve this problem, install support for only one East Asian language at a time and make sure the computer restarts after each installation. You can do so if you run Setup from the Microsoft Office 2003 Multilingual User Interface Pack CD-ROM, instead of a network share, or you avoid chaining installations.

If you have already tried to install support for more than one East Asian language, you can determine which installations succeeded by doing the following:

  1. Open Control Panel.
  2. Double-click the Add/Remove Programs icon.

The Currently installed programs list includes the names of any user interface packs that have been installed successfully.

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Selecting a publication in Microsoft Office Publisher 2003 causes an error to occur

If you select a publication from the Publication Gallery in Microsoft Office Publisher 2003, you may receive an error that a font is missing. Some publications in the Publication Gallery require specific fonts for Korean and Japanese text. These fonts are not included in a typical or complete installation of the English version of Publisher, or in a typical installation of the Japanese or Korean MUI Pack.

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For Japanese text, the following fonts are not installed:

  • HGGothicM (Hgrgm.ttc)
  • HGGyoshotai (Hgrgy.ttc)
  • HGKyokashotai (Hgrkk.ttc)
  • HGMinchoB (Hgrmb.ttc)
  • HGMinchoE (Hgrme.ttc)

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For Korean text, the following fonts are not installed:

  • HYPMokGak-Bold (H2mkpb.ttf)
  • HYPost-Medium (H2porm.ttf)
  • Moeum TR & Expo M (Hmfmmuex.ttc)
  • Pyunji R (Hmfmpyun.ttf)
  • Ami R (Hmkmami.ttf)
  • Headline R (Hmkmrhd.ttf)

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To install the missing fonts, follow these steps:

  1. 1. Open Control Panel, and then do one of the following:
    • If you are using Microsoft Windows XP, double-click the Add or Remove Programs icon.
    • If you are using Microsoft Windows 2000, double-click the Add/Remove Programs icon.
  2. In the Currently installed programs list, do one of the following:
    • To install the fonts for Japanese text, click Microsoft Office 2003 Japanese User Interface Pack, and then click Change.
    • To install the fonts for Korean text, click Microsoft Office 2003 Korean User Interface Pack, and then click Change.
  3. In the Microsoft Office 2003 User Interface Pack Setup Wizard, click Add or Remove Features, and then click Next.
  4. Click the plus sign (+) next to Office Shared Features.
  5. Click the plus sign next to Fonts, and then do one of the following:
    • To install the fonts for Japanese text, click the icons next to Fonts Additional and Additional Japanese Fonts, and then click Run from My Computer on the menu that appears.
    • To install the fonts for Korean text, click the icon next to Additional Korean Fonts, and then click Run from My Computer on the menu that appears.
  6. Click Install.