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By omnknt232006 ·
Has anybody ever worked with the Microsoft MUI? I'm interested in finding out if its an actual software application or if its just an add on to office (to ensure for license compliance) or if it is both. Thanks for any help you can offer. Just through some research it seems to me that it is an add on but has a separate registry for each MS OFfice application.

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As far as i know it is sort of both..Read more here

http://www.microsoft.com/globaldev/reference/muizone.mspx

Please post back if you have any more problems or questions.

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Thanks for posting back.

by omnknt232006 In reply to As far as i know it is so ...

I read that article earlier today but for some reason in the FAQ section where it refers to general question #10 with a link my work computer couldn't pull up the page.
Do you by chance know any good sites to tell definitively if the MUI falls under the general MS Office volume licensing or if it requires a separate one. If I find one I will post back. Thanks so much for your help.

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Useful when I was in Spain & Morocco ...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to As far as i know it is so ...

http://www.microsoft.com/globaldev/DrIntl/faqs/MUIFaq.mspx#MUIques5

Hit a system problem but the screen is all gobbledygook.

Invoke MUI, fix problem, return to gobbledygook, leave the building, drive on wrong side of road, crash head-on, etc, etc, etc.

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LOL Drive on wrong side of the road!

by omnknt232006 In reply to Useful when I was in Spai ...

Thanks for this.

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