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Hi :)
Did you manage to solve this one in the end?  If not please let us know and then we will try again 

Usually the language is the one that is used by your operating system by default.  It might help us 
if you could tell us the name of your operating system.  

I vaguely remember someone pointing out that choosing "Custom" install rather than going with the 
default standard install does allow you to choose multiple different languages for UI and 

Annoyingly it seems that Windows only allows you to have 1 language for the UI for all the users of 
a particular machine.  So i now have 1 that has all it's menus in Japanese, 1 Arabic (or Urdu i can 
never tell the difference) and the rest i kept as English.  One day i'll figure out how to get the 
odd 2 back into English, maybe.

Regards from 
Tom :)  

From: Kiss András <>
Sent: Saturday, 22 June 2013, 22:43
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Language selection

 Dear Sirs,
Your site offer the choose of the language for the install package, but it seems, the install 
package decide independent the language of the installation by the language of the operating 
system.It means, I couldn't install libreoffice Hungarian version on a machine,on which the 
operating system is German.I look forward to your advice and thank you in advance 
András Kiss

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