Changing The Language In Outlook
Last Updated: October 22, 2021
What if you log in to your Outlook account one day, and the screen display happens to be laid out in a language you don’t understand? Indeed, navigating would seem problematic for you. When this occurs, the solution would be as simple as changing the language in settings.
If that’s something you’re not familiar with doing, here’s the perfect article to guide you. Take note of the placement or location of buttons on your screen so you won’t get lost in the process.
1. Go to the Outlook website on your browser.
Open your computer browser, then go to the Outlook website and make sure to sign in to your account.
2. Click the gear icon on the upper right side of the screen.
Click the gear icon on the right side of the toolbar to bring up a drop-down settings menu.
3. Select the “View all outlook settings.”
The drop-down menu only displays the most basic options that you can alter. Click on the “View all Outlook settings” tab to see all the options. Yet, you can also type what you’re looking for on the search bar.
If you wish to modify the language used in the app, just put in the space provided the term “language.” It will immediately bring up the corresponding options for it.
4. Click the “General” tab and select the “Language and time” section.
Click the “General” tab on the left panel of the pop-up settings window. There are numerous subsections accessible for editing under this tab. However, you must select the “Language and time” category.
5. Click the drop-down arrow next to the “Language” tab.
Going to the “Language and time” page will display four adjustable options: language, date, time format, and current time zone. You must click the drop-down arrow beside the “Language” tab to browse and pick among the different available options.
6. Choose the language you want to use.
Browse through the options in the pop-up box, then select which language you want to use for your Outlook account. You can scroll down to see all the options and not only the ones displayed on the screen.
7. Click the “Save” button.
If you have successfully changed it to your desired language for your Outlook account, click the “Save” button in the bottom-right corner of the window.
The default language applied in your Outlook account may not be the one you’re comfortable using. In these cases, the option to change its language in settings may come in handy. It has multiple languages available, so your preferred one is likely included in the list. Whether it’s Chinese, Spanish, Japanese, or whatnot, Outlook offers you everything you need!