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Office 2010 now available in Indonesian

Office 2010 now available in Indonesian

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The Office 2010 Language Interface Pack for Indonesian is now available for free download!

A Language Interface Pack allows you to change the user interface in the following Office 2010 applications: Excel, OneNote, Outlook, PowerPoint and Word. The pack includes a spell checker and is available for both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 7 systems.


  • Indonesian, an Austronesian language, is a standardized form of Malay and is spoken throughout Indonesia. About 30 million people speak Indonesian as their first language and a further 140 million speak it as a second language.
  • In the 1930s, as part of the independence movement, the Indonesian language was standardised and the term Bahasa Indonesia was adopted as the name of the language.
  • In 1947 the spelling of oe was changed to u. Then in 1972 a set of official changes to the Indonesian spelling system were introduced by former president Suharto. The major changes included changing ch to kh, dj to j, j to y, nj to ny, sj to sy, and tj to c.

More information about Indonesian (Wikipedia)


For info on other Microsoft products available in Indonesia, visit the Microsoft Indonesia website:


  • Thanks, this LIP make Office 2010 easier to use for my children.

    Terima Kasih, mempermudah buat anak saya menggunakan Office 2010.

  • This would be really great for our Indonesian brothers and sisters. :)

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