ok i uninstall it.
On Mon, Nov 21, 2011 at 6:11 PM, Michael Bauer <email@example.com> wrote:
Ah ok I think I know where you went wrong. Uninstall LO, then re-install.
When it asks you whether you want Custom or Typical installtion, choose
Custom. There's a dropdown where you can then select languages. Annoyingly,
once you've installed it, you probably still have to go to the Tools menu
to change it.
I did some screenshots for my locale, have a look at
it was diffult to follow but its helpful :) thanks i will do it in custom
That should make it clear.
21/11/2011 12:36, sgrìobh sn:
For User Interface Setting only four languages are there..
(Default) English (USA)
English (South Africa)
No other option in User Interface dropdown.
But in Local Settings there are many except Bodo.
Please help i need to see my language.
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