Outlook is one of the most popular email services. It comes with a series of features that allow you to add a personal touch to your experience while using this service. One of the things you can change is language. The standard is English but you can switch to the language of your choice. The steps are quite simple, but if you have just started using this service, you might need help finding that option. Here in this article, we will show you how to change languages in Outlook.
Outlook has many options and features, and you can make changes that you like easily. If you want to change the default language, just follow these steps:
- Open Outlook and enter
- Next, click the gear icon located in the upper right corner of the screen
- Now click on View all Outlook settings at the bottom of the menu
- Click General
- Click Language
- As soon as you click that option, a list of languages will appear
- Now open the list and find the language you want to switch
- When you find it and change it, click Save.
If you want to make additional changes, such as the current time zone, date format, or time format, click
- on each option and make the desired changes. When finished, click Save.
There she is. You have successfully changed the default language in Outlook.
All options and everything in Outlook will now use the language you chose.
Change the default display language in Outlook 2010 and 2013
To change the default display language in Outlook 2010 and 2013, you must configure Outlook options as follows:
- Step 1: Click File> Options.
- Step 2: In the Outlook Options dialog box, click Language in the left bar, and open the Select Display Language and Help section, click to select a language from the Display Language box, then click the Set As Default button. under the box.
- Step 3: Click the OK button. And then the dialog box comes out to remind you to restart Office, just click the OK button.
- Step 4: Restart your Microsoft Outlook.Then the language displayed changes to the language specified in all Office programs after restarting.note:This method requires the language package to be installed before you change it. You can get more display language packs by clicking the link from How to get more Display and Help languages from Office.com? See screenshot below:
Change the default display language in Outlook 2007
To change the default display language in Outlook 2007, you can do the following:
Step 1: Create a new email by clicking File> New> Mail Message.
Step 2: In the Message window, click the Office Button in the upper left corner> Editor Options.
Step 3: In the Editor Options dialog box, click Popular in the left bar, then click the Language Settings button. See screenshot:
Step 4: Now you enter the Microsoft Office 2007 Language Settings dialog box, click the Display Language tab, then click the Microsoft Outlook Display menu and the dialog box in the box and specify the language from the drop-down list. See screenshot:
Step 5: Click the two OK buttons to exit the two dialog boxes, and restart your Microsoft Outlook.