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Method 1: Microsoft Update (recommended)This service pack is available from Microsoft Update.Enrolling in Microsoft Update is the recommended way to update the products to SP2. Microsoft Update will detect which products that you have installed, and then apply all updates to the products.Method 2: Download the SP2 package from Microsoft Download Center The following files are available for download from the Microsoft Download Center:Download the Microsoft Office 2010 Language Pack Service Pack 2 64-bit package now.Download the Microsoft Office 2010 Language Pack Service Pack 2 32-bit package now. For more information about how to download Microsoft support files, click the following article number to go to the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
Microsoft Office 2010 German Language Pack X86 Download Pc
2687521 List of all Office 2010 SP2 packages Downloadable list of issues that the service pack fixesThe following workbook is available for download. This workbook lists the issues that are fixed by this service pack.Download the Microsoft Office and SharePoint 2010 Service Pack 2 Changes.xlsx package now.Note This workbook is available only in English. Known issues and behavior changesThe following Microsoft Knowledge Base (KB) article describes a known issue or behavior change that occurs after you install this service pack:
If you're an administrator who has deployed a volume licensed version of Office 2016 to your users, you can download an ISO image of the language packs, language interface packs, and proofing tools from the Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC).
If you need a product key, you can still purchase a fresh Office 2010 version, either with download option, or with installation media. These old versions are quite affordable now. Please check out the following list of offers from Amazon, eBay etc. I already tried to find good deals for various editions. Sometimes the product is a lot cheaper in another language. In that case, you can use the product key to activate an installer in English (or any different language).
I downloaded and install the German language packs for Office 2010. Configured both display language and editing language to German language:However, I was still failed to reproduce your issue on Excel version 14.0.7188.5002.
If you want to install Office 2010 SP2, you should continue to download Service Pack 2 (SP2) for Microsoft Office 2010 32/64-Bit Edition from Microsoft and then run the pack file to install the update.
A installed copy of Office 2010 can be translated and converted into another language with a Office 2010 language pack. Office 2010 language packs are add-in products that enable multiple language and show localized Menus/Display, Help, dictionary, and include localized language document proofing tools such as thesaurus, spelling checkers, grammar and style checkers, hypenators, AutoCorrect lists, AutoSummarize capabilities, translation dictionaries, and Input Method Editors (IME) for East Asian languages for most Office 2010 apps, including Word 2010, Excel 2010, PowerPoint 2010, Access 2010, Outlook 2010, OneNote 2010, InfoPath 2010, Publisher 2010, Project 2010, SharePoint Workspace 2010, Visio 2010, and the Microsoft Office suites containing these products.In addition, display languages for Microsoft Office Tools, such as Clip Organizer, Document Imaging, Document Scanning, and Picture Manager, are localized when Language Packs are enabled. However, Word Starter 2010 and Excel Starter 2010 in Office Starter 2010 does not support language packs, while Access 2010 and Project 2010 are not supported in Hindi. Office 2010 Language Packs can be turned on for individual feature too. User can choose to use individual aspects of the pack, such as spell checker to proof a document in a language other than the default language set on their computer.
Office 2010 Language Packs has suggested retail price of $24.95. Only the Office Language Interface Packs (LIPs), which provides a translated User Interface and spell checker (but not translated Help) for Excel, OneNote, Outlook, PowerPoint and Word of Microsoft Office 2003, 2007 or 2010 in a different language, and ScreenTip language translation, which will change the names of ScreenTips that pop up when mouse hovers over components such as buttons, menus and dialogs into another language are available for free. However, by downloading the Office 2010 language packs by using the official direct download links below, everybody can skip paying extra to Microsoft, and get Office 2010 Language Packs for free. The language packs can be installed without any product key or serial number, nor it requires activation, as long as the Office 2010 product is properly activated.
Adding a language accessory pack to Microsoft Office is simple if you follow a few basic steps. These steps work for both Language Accessory Packs for Office 2013 and Office 2010. The only difference is in choosing which version of Office you have.
Microsoft Office 2010 language packs serve the needs of people who want to use Microsoft Office 2010 in languages other than English, which is the default. It is especially useful for people who either want to use Office 2010 in their own language or want to use a multilingual setup, so they can work with multiple languages simultaneously in Office 2010 installation.
These language packs do not support Microsoft Word Starter 2010 or Excel Starter 2010. If you are a Hindi user, these language packs will not convert Access 2010 and Project 2010 into Hindi.Office 2010 language packs also enable document proofing tools to be localized in the user language. The proofing tools include the following:Spelling checkerGrammar/Style CheckerThesaurusHyphenatorAutoCorrect listTranslation dictionariesNot all tools are convertible to all languages in the language pack. If you want to know which tool works for which language, head on to Microsoft proofing tools comparison.
If you want to install multiple Office 2010 language packs in a single Office installation, you can choose your language and download location below. Almost everything, including the help and support system, will be converted to the language of your choice.Arabic 32-bit (x86): X16-37685.exeArabic 64-bit (x64): X16-37621.exeBulgarian 32-bit (x86): X16-37688.exeBulgarian 64-bit (x64): X16-37625.exeChinese (Simplified) 32-bit (x86): X16-37690.exeChinese (Simplified) 64-bit (x64): X16-37627.exe
Swedish 32-bit (x86): X16-37741.exeSwedish 64-bit (x64): X16-37677.exeThai 32-bit (x86): X16-37743.exeThai 64-bit (x64): X16-37679.exeTurkish 32-bit (x86): X16-37745.exeTurkish 64-bit (x64): X16-37681.exeUkrainian 32-bit (x86): X16-37746.exeUkrainian 64-bit (x64): X16-37683.exePlease note that if you have Microsoft Office 2007 language packs, they are not compatible with Office 2010 and will not work, and vice versa.
Additional language packs, the so-called Features on Demand, are available for example for spelling, handwriting and speech recognition (Cortana) and more. These have to be downloaded separately and are available for Windows 10 only. They are NOT included within the source files of a language pack. More details are provided later on in this section.
Besides language packs for the operating system, Microsoft offer language packs for applications such as Microsoft Office. These have to be downloaded separately. The availability of language packs for third-party software depends on the vendor. Acrobat Reader for example support more than 30 languages. These are not within the scope of this article. In this article I only deal with language packs and the Features on Demand.
By default, when you add a language in Windows, only the keyboard layout is added. The actual Windows display language (the language (interface) pack) has to be downloaded separately. The same goes for additional language packs for handwriting, speech and so forth.
IT professionals require the offline installation sources to be able to deploy the language packs using the software deployment tool of their choice (e.g. MDT, SCCM, Citrix App Layering). To download the language packs I used my Visual Studio Subscription (MSDN). Select one of the links below for more details:
The download for Windows Server 2016 Language Pack is a single ISO file (about 2,6 GB in size) that contains all 38 languages. On the Microsoft Volume License Site or on the Microsoft Visual Studio Subscription website, search for language pack and you will find all language packs for all supported operating systems.
The language pack for Windows 10 is also a single ISO file, but much larger (more than 7 GB) compared to the one for Windows Server 2016. The reason for this is that the download for Windows 10 includes more source files. Besides the 38 language packs (LPs) also included in the ISO file for Windows Server 2016, the Windows 10 ISO file also includes 72 language interface packs (LIPs) and includes both 32-bit and 64-bit source files.
In this window you can add a language. After adding a language, Windows checks if there is a language pack available for it. In case a language pack is found, you have the option to download and install it. Click the Options button.
My apologies for the late reply. I have been extremely busy lately. I am not sure I understand your problem. What do you mean that all downloads only work with newly installed servers? When you download a language pack as described in the section -windows-languages-and-language-packs/#ObtainWindows10LP, you are not able to install this on an already installed server or W10 machine? And in your second remark, if I understand it correctly, you say that after you install Windows updates the already installed language packs do not work? Could you please elaborate on these issues? Which Windows version are you using? The more details you can provide the better.