Mark Nathan wrote:
you can also creat two "document templates", one in French and one in English. The default template you're probably using is called "Normal" you will find it in
if you right clic it and select "Open" you can change what ever you like and the changes will affect every document you'll create using "double-clic" on the word icon (assuming ofcours you seved the changes you made). Note: when you're chaging the normal template you will see that the name of the document you're working on is "normal". if you just double clic the "normal" template instead of choosing "open", you will notice you are working on "document 1" and therefore the changes you make will not be saved for future work.
The solution to your problem is related: you can change one document's language and save it as a "word document template" on your desktop. every time you double-clic this icon, you'll have a "document 1" in the language you chose to save in the template. to save a document as a template select
FILE/ SAVE AS/
give a name and a location
in the low multiple selection box choose "word document template".
I have a new computer that was purchased in France, and therefore has a French keyboard, and French Word installed. I am perfectly happy with this.
The question is can I install an English version of Office in addition to the French Word that is already on there and have a choice of opening or creating a new document in French or English Word (with the use of the spellchecker? Or should I have just one version of Word and select the language each time?
Any tips or other comments would be welcome.