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By cenedra ·
We have a laptop user whose outlook is displaying all the folder titles (folder view) in German - despite none of the apparent language settings being set to German. - Any ideas?

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by dawgit In reply to Outlook 2003

anders als Deutsch sprachen? sorry. Ok, since I work in both, I believe there is a fix. But.. you'll probably have to do an Un-install, and Re-install. What is the exact OS that you're using? Is it a MUI capable edition? And where did the Outlook come from? (a CD, or Down-load?) a carefull re-install (with attention to every detail) should do the trick. But With out knowing more it would be hard to say why it did do that.

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by cenedra In reply to

Thanks anyway, but we managed to get it fixed without a reinstall - thank goodness! We ended up using the /regserver switch on launch.

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by 3xp3rt In reply to Outlook 2003

1) In Microsoft Windows XP, on the Windows Start menu, point to All Programs, point to Microsoft Office, point to Microsoft Office Tools, and then click Microsoft Office 2003 Language Settings.

2) In Windows 2000, on the Windows Start menu, point to Programs, point to Microsoft Office, point to Microsoft Office Tools, and then click Microsoft Office 2003 Language Settings

Click the Enabled Languages tab.
In the Choose the language that defines default behavior in Microsoft Office applications box, select the language you want, and then click OK.

A message appears describing the effects of the change. To continue, click Continue and lose customizations.

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by cenedra In reply to

Thanks anyway, changing the language settings made no difference, none of the customisation settings did.

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