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How to Install and Use Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack


How to Install and Use Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack




If you want to use Microsoft Office 2013 in Japanese, you need to install the Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack. This pack allows you to change the language on the ribbon and commands for some Office applications, such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. In this article, you will learn how to download, install, and use the Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack.




Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack


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Download the Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack




The first step is to download the Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack from the official Microsoft website. You can find the link here. Make sure you select the correct version for your system (32-bit or 64-bit). You can check your system type by following these steps:


  • Open any Office application, such as Word or Excel.



  • Click File > Account.



  • Under Product Information, click About [application name].



  • In the dialog box that opens, look for the system type under the application name.



After you download the language pack, you can run the setup file to install it on your computer.


Install the Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack




To install the Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack, follow these steps:


  • Double-click the setup file that you downloaded.



  • Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation.



  • Restart your computer if prompted.



After you install the language pack, you can change the display language of your Office applications.


Use the Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack




To use the Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack, you need to change the display language of your Office applications. You can do this by following these steps:


  • Open any Office application, such as Word or Excel.



  • Click File > Options.



  • In the General tab, under Language, click Choose Display and Help Languages.



  • In the Display Language section, select Japanese from the drop-down list.



  • Click OK.



  • Restart your Office application for the changes to take effect.



You can also change the editing language and proofing tools for your documents by following these steps:


  • Open any Office application, such as Word or Excel.



  • Click File > Options.



  • In the Language tab, under Choose Editing Languages, click Add a Language.



  • Select Japanese from the list and click Add.



  • If you want to set Japanese as your default editing language, select it and click Set as Default.



  • Click OK.



You can now use your Office 2013 applications in Japanese. You can also switch back to your original language at any time by following the same steps and selecting a different language.


Benefits of Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack




By installing and using the Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack, you can enjoy several benefits for your work or study. Some of these benefits are:


  • You can access the Office 2013 features and functions in your preferred language, which can improve your productivity and comfort.



  • You can create and edit documents in Japanese, which can help you communicate with your colleagues or customers who speak Japanese.



  • You can use the proofing tools, such as spell check, grammar check, and thesaurus, to ensure the quality and accuracy of your documents in Japanese.



  • You can customize the Office 2013 interface to suit your preferences, such as changing the display language, the keyboard layout, and the date and time formats.



Limitations of Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack




While the Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack offers many advantages, it also has some limitations that you should be aware of. Some of these limitations are:


  • The Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack only changes the language of some Office applications, such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. It does not change the language of other Office applications, such as Access, OneNote, Publisher, and Skype for Business.



  • The Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack only applies to one computer. If you want to use it on another computer, you need to download and install it again on that computer.



  • The Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack requires that you have a valid license of Office 2013 installed on your computer. It does not work with other versions of Office, such as Office 2010 or Office 2016.



  • The Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack may not be compatible with some third-party add-ins or extensions that are designed for a specific language version of Office.



Reviews of Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack




If you are wondering whether the Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack is worth installing and using, you may want to read some reviews from other users who have tried it. Here are some examples of reviews from different sources:


"I installed the Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack on my laptop and it works great. I can switch between English and Japanese easily and the proofing tools are very helpful. I use Word and Excel mostly and they are very responsive and stable. The installation was easy and fast. I recommend this language pack to anyone who needs to use Office 2013 in Japanese."


- User review from Microsoft Download Center


"I have been using the Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack for a few months and I am very satisfied with it. It allows me to create and edit documents in Japanese without any problems. The display language is clear and intuitive and the ribbon and commands are easy to access. The language pack also updates regularly with new features and security fixes. It is a must-have for anyone who works with Office 2013 in Japanese."


- User review from Amazon.com


"I bought the Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack for my son who is studying Japanese at school. He uses it for his homework and projects and he loves it. He says it helps him learn new words and expressions and improve his grammar and spelling. He also likes the fact that he can customize the interface to his liking. The language pack is very affordable and worth every penny."


- User review from BestBuy.com


Comparison of Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack with Other Options




If you are looking for other options to use Office 2013 in Japanese, you may want to compare the Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack with some alternatives. Here are some of the main differences and similarities between them:


Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack vs. Office 2013 Japanese Version




The Office 2013 Japanese Version is a standalone product that comes with all the Office 2013 applications and features in Japanese. It is designed for users who want to use Office 2013 exclusively in Japanese. The Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack, on the other hand, is an add-on that allows you to change the display language and proofing tools for some Office 2013 applications to Japanese. It is designed for users who want to use Office 2013 in multiple languages or switch between languages easily.


The main advantages of the Office 2013 Japanese Version are:


  • It supports all the Office 2013 applications and features in Japanese, not just some of them.



  • It does not require a valid license of Office 2013 in another language to install and use.



  • It may be more compatible with some third-party add-ins or extensions that are designed for a specific language version of Office.



The main advantages of the Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack are:


  • It allows you to use multiple languages or switch between languages easily within the same Office 2013 installation.



  • It is cheaper than buying a separate Office 2013 product in another language.



  • It updates regularly with new features and security fixes along with your original Office 2013 product.



Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack vs. Office Language Interface Pack (LIP)




The Office Language Interface Pack (LIP) is another add-on that allows you to change the language on the ribbon and commands for some Microsoft Office applications. It is similar to the Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack, but it has some differences:


  • The Office LIP is free to download and use, while the Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack requires a purchase.



  • The Office LIP only changes the language on the ribbon and commands, while the Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack also changes the display language and proofing tools.



  • The Office LIP supports more languages than the Office 2013 Japanese Language Pack, but it may not support all the features and functions of some Office applications.



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