If you’ve accidentally changed the language on your Microsoft Word or Office app and can’t seem to navigate your way back to English, don’t worry. We’ve got you covered. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the steps to change the language back to English.
Firstly, click on the top left-hand corner of the app for the ‘File’ option. Next, select the ‘Options’ window, which is located at the bottom of the list. If you don’t recognize the language displayed in the app, use Google Translate to translate the text. Once you’ve clicked on the ‘Options’ window, select the ‘Language’ option.
If English is already listed, select it and then choose the last option, which makes English the preferred language. This means that English will be the language of your Word or Office app. However, if you don’t see English in the list, click on the ‘Add a Language’ option, which is located at the bottom left-hand corner of the app. Select ‘English’ and follow the instructions to download the exe file for English.
Once English is installed, make it the preferred language by selecting it from the list and then choosing the option to make English the preferred language. After you’ve done this, click on the ‘OK’ button, which is located on the left-hand side of the app. Once you’ve completed these steps, restart your Word or Office app by closing and reopening it.
Now, when you open any Word or Office document, the language should be back to English. It’s important to note that you can also use this guide to change the language of any Office app back to English.
In conclusion, changing the language on your Word or Office app back to English is a straightforward process. With this guide, you can easily navigate your way back to English and continue working on your documents with ease.