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Ubuntu :: Install A Danish Language Pack For Openoffice 3.2.0?


i need to install a danish language pack for openoffice 3.2.0

I have tried to install this package "openoffice.org-|10n-da" with synaptic, but doesn't change anything apparently; can only choose English.

I have also tried to download the language package from openoffice website, but when i run the deb it says "reinstall" and dosen't change anything...


View 9 Replies (Posted: June 12th, 2010)

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