Language Interface Pack (LIP) for Microsoft Office

We, Cambodian users, are pleased to see our language available in Microsoft Office (as interface or User Interface). And I, myself, would like to thank for related person in helping or translating our language with this popular office application.
You will ask or wonder What LIP means? Yeah, here it's: The Office Language Interface Pack (LIP) is a translated User Interface that installs on top of a copy of Microsoft Office 2003, 2007 or 2010, and can be downloaded and installed for free. With the LIP download, you can use Microsoft Excel, OneNote (Office 2010 only), Outlook, PowerPoint and Word features in a different language. After you have installed the LIP, you can change languages through Microsoft Office Language Preferences to see a translated user interface.
Nearly all available LIP languages also include a spelling checker. Translated Help is not part of the LIP download package, but may be available as a separate download for your selected language.
(***) If a language is available in a language pack or as a fully localized version, it is not available as a language interface pack. If the language you want is not listed here, please go to Office Language Packs (for Microsoft Office 2010). [Available LIP Downloads]

Chamnan Muon

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