Using Office Deployment Tool to install Office 365/2016/2013 (Multilanguage)

As you know, the default language of Microsoft Office is English (USA). Thought to change the language unnecessarily if you live in an English-speaking country. But it will be necessary if you were born in another country and English does not speak your native language.

Recently I got a lot of requests for issues related to installing language packs. So I tried but to no avail. Honestly, I do not know much about this matter. I used to use the English version so I never thought about it.

At this time, there is no way to install additional languages ​​in the English version of Office Volume. Nevertheless, I then tried to find another way. After testing some ideas, I come up with a solution that helps you install Office (there is an option that allows changing languages).

Supported products:

  • Office 365
  • Office 2016
  • Office 2013

First, if you have Office (english version) installed, please remove it from your drive.

Step 1: Download the Office Deployment Tool from the Microsoft homepage.

Devotional Tools for Office 2016/365 | Devotional Tools for Office 2013

Step 2: Capture the contents of this file. You will be left with some files (configuration file, EULA and setup.exe).

Extract the office deployment tool that you downloaded from the Microsoft homepage
Extract the office deployment tool that you downloaded from the Microsoft homepage
There are three files in this folder
There are three files in this folder

If you do not see "Extract to officedeploymenttool …" in the context menu right-click, just run this file, accept the Microsoft Software Terms, and click the Next button to extract the file.

Step 3: Copy this code and insert it into a new text document.


  
    
      
        
      
      
      
      
      
      
      
      
      
      
      
      
       
    
  
  
Create a new text document
Create a new text document

Before I begin, let me explain.

value Description
OfficeClientEdition = "32 ″ Download and install the 32-bit Office edition. If you have Windows 64bit, just replace "32" with "64".
ID = ”ProPlusRetail” Download and install Office 2016 or 2013 ProPlus retail. If you want to install Office 365, simply replace it with "O365ProPlusRetail". For Project / Visio, only use "ProjectProRetail" or "VisioProRetail". See a list of product IDs here.
ID = "ja-jp" Download and install the Japanese Office version. If you want to change the display language, simply replace "ja-jp" with your native language. See a list of language IDs here.
Determine which products will not be installed. If you would like to install Microsoft Access, please remove this line. Do not be the same to anyone else.

Notes: You should edit the code based on what I described above. It is then saved as a config file with an ".xml" extension.

Save the config file
Save the config file
The name of the config file set
The name of the config file set

Step 4: Copy the code below into a new text document file.

@echo pareum
cd / d% ~ dp0
setup.exe / configure config.xml
delay briefly

It is then saved as an overwritten file with a .cmd extension (such as install.cmd).

Save the script
Save the script
Set the name of the script correctly
Set the name of the script correctly

And make sure this .cmd file, setup.exe file & config.xml file are in the same folder.

Step 5: Right-click on the install.cmd file and run as administrator.

Implement the script in admin mode
Implement the script in admin mode

Notes: If you see an error, just run this file usually instead of using the correct admin.

Now, the installation process begins.

Progress of office installation
Progress of office installation

Step 6: After successfully installing Office, you can enable it for FREE using the KMS method.

Office installed successfully
Office installed successfully

If you have any questions or concerns, please leave a comment. I would like to explain in more detail. Thank you so much for all your feedback and support!

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