Название: Microsoft Office 2003 Multilingual User Interface Pack(MUI) + Proofing Tool - 50 Languages
Операционая система: Windows
О программе: To run Office 2003 MUI Pack, you need the English version of any
Office 2003 suite.
Multilingual User Interface Pack
The Multilingual User Interface Pack (MUI Pack) includes files for displaying the Office user
interface and Help in several languages. With MUI Packs, users worldwide can run the Office user
interface and online Help in one or more languages, or and edit documents in other languages
The plug-in language capabilities of the MUI Pack allow you to install English Office 2003 on your
computer and view the Office 2003 user interface and Help in another language for example, German.
You can even view Help in one language and the user interface in another.
The following list indicates what languages each CD supports:
CD1 includes Arabic, French, German, Italian, Japanese.
CD2 includes Chinese (Simplified), Danish, Dutch, Finnish.
CD3 includes Chinese (Traditional), Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), Spanish, Swedish.
CD4 includes Czech, Hungarian, Korean, Norwegian (Bokmal), Polish, Turkish.
CD5 includes Estonian, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Latvian, Lithuanian, Russian, Ukrainian.
CD6 includes Bulgarian, Croatian, Romanian, Serbian (Latin), Slovak, Slovenian, Thai.
Here are the names of the folders for each language:
Chinese (Simplified) 2052
Chinese (Traditional) 1028
English (U.S.) 1033
Gaelic (Ireland) 2108
Norwegian (Bokmal) 1044
Norwegian (Nynorsk) 2068
Portuguese (Brazil) 1046
Portuguese (Portugal) 2070
Serbian (Latin)* 2074
Microsoft Proofing Tools for Office 2003
Microsoft Office Proofing Tools 2003 allows you to edit and proof Office 2003 documents in more than
50 languages. The tools include spelling and grammar checkers, AutoCorrect lists, AutoSummarize
capabilities for Microsoft Word, Input Method Editors (IMEs) for East Asian languages, and more.
Proofing Tools for Office 2003
The Microsoft Proofing Tools for Office 2003 are a collection of editing technologies that enable
users to proof Office documents in more than 50 different languages. All local versions of Office
2003 include proofing tools for a couple of additional languages, but this comprehensive package
offers installation of any (or all!) of the 50 languages of available proofing tools in one
convenient setup. The tools include spelling and grammar checkers, AutoCorrect lists, AutoSummarize
capabilities for Microsoft Word, and more. Also included are language-specific tools such as Input
Method Editors (IMEs) for inputting text in Japanese, Korean and Chinese; Word Breakers for
highlighting words in Japanese and Chinese; Korean features including a Hanja dictionary and
Hanja/Hangul converter; and, additional fonts for Arabic, Chinese, Hebrew, Japanese and Korean.
Proofing Tools for More Languages
Office 2003 Proofing Tools are now available in 50 languages: Arabic, Basque, Bulgarian, Catalan,
Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian,
Finnish, French, Gaelic, Galician, German, Greek, Gujarati, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Icelandic,
Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Kannada, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Marathi, Norwegian, Polish,
Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), Punjabi, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian,
Spanish, Swedish, Tamil, Telugu, Thai, Turkish, Ukranian, Vietnamese, and Welsh.
Look up individual words in the dictionary of a different language - if the translation dictionary
doesn't provide the results you want, or you need to translate a longer piece of text, you can
connect to translation services on the Web.
New Features for Asian Languages
Input Chinese, Japanese or Korean acters on any version of Windows using IMEs (Input Method
Editors); use Word Breakers to highlight words in Chinese or Japanese; translate between Simplified
and Traditional Chinese; and, use the Hanja dictionary and the Hanja/Hangul converter with Korean.
Office 2003 Proofing Tools features additional fonts for Arabic, Chinese, Hebrew, Japanese and
The spelling checker identifies possible misspellings in a text file by comparing the contents of
the file with a of accepted spellings, and is one of the most frequently used features of Microsoft
Word. But spellers can perform more sophisticated tasks than simply comparing terms from a . For
some languages, inflectional information (i.e. variations of a word) is introduced in algorithms to
fine-tune the output; this is the case for highly inflectional languages such as Swedish and
Grammar and Style Checker
The grammar checker corrects sentences using a system of rules that defines the grammatical
structure of a language. Microsoft Word integrates this tool and runs it in the background, making
The basic function of a thesaurus is to look up synonyms for a particular word. But the thesauri in
Proofing Tools perform more sophisticated tasks than simply retrieving direct synonyms for a given
term from a . Special algorithms in thesauri extract inflectional information (i.e. variations of a
word) from a stem word (i.e. base word) to provide a series of synonyms with the same inflection.
For example, looking up the word running, would yield the possible synonym jogging.
AutoCorrect automatically detects and corrects typos, misspelled words, grammatical errors, and
incorrect capitalization. For example, if you type teh plus a space, then AutoCorrect replaces what
you have typed with "the." You can also use AutoCorrect to quickly text, graphics, or symbols. For
example, type (c) to "", or type ac to "Acme Corporation."
Hyphenation helps eliminate gaps or in justified text, and helps maintain even line lengths in
narrow columns. The hyphenation tool allows a user to connect (as two words) or divide (as a word at
the end of a line of print) two or more terms with a hyphen. Languages vary in their flexibility on
AutoSummarize identifies the key points in a document for you to share with others or quickly scan.
The tool determines key points by analyzing a document and assigning a score to each sentence.
Sentences that contain words used frequently in the document are given a higher score. You can then
choose a percentage of the highest-scoring sentences to display in the summary. AutoSummarize works
best on well-structured documents such as reports, articles, and scientific papers.
Input Method Editors
An Input Method Editor (IME) works with the operating system to allow you to enter Asian text in
Windows and enabled applications - including Office 2003 - by converting your keystrokes into Asian
acters. Often the only visual indication that an IME is installed on a computer is a floating
toolbar for controlling the conversions, and an indicator on the Windows taskbar. Different Asian
languages require different IMEs for example, to enter Japanese text, use the Japanese IME.
Specifications Per Language
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