How to Install Hebrew Microsoft Word

By Jason Gordon

Microsoft office comes ready with all the world's most commonly spoken languages. To install Hebrew for use with Microsoft Word, first you have to enable it as a secondary language under the Windows Control Panel. Then you enable it under Microsoft Office tools for use in Microsoft Word.

Things You'll Need

  • Computer
  • Microsoft Word

Step 1

Open the Control Panel and select "Date, Time, Language, and Regional Options." Click the "Languages" tab in the "Regional and Language Options" window. Check "Hebrew" in the "Supplemental languages Support" box.

Step 2

Install the Hebrew keyboard layout. Click on "Details" under "Text Services and Input Services." Select the "Hebrew" keyboard layout and click "Apply."

Step 3

To enable multiple keyboard layouts, click "Language bar" under preferences and choose "Show the language bar on the desktop."

Step 4

Navigate to "Microsoft Office Tools" under Microsoft Office in the Programs lists and select "Microsoft Office Language Settings"

Step 5

Click on "Hebrew" in the available languages tab. Click "Add" and "OK."