Oracle Smart View for Office (Mac and Browser) supports localized versions of the user interface.
Supported languages are: Arabic, Czech. Danish, German, Greek, English, Spanish, Finnish, French, French Canadian, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Dutch, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese.
The localized versions of Smart View (Mac and Browser) provide users with an improved non-English experience where they can switch to their desired language to work with the Smart View user interface, as required.
The manifest file creation page, CreateManifest.html, is also localized and may be used in your browser language, if set to one of the languages supported by Smart View.
In the Create Manifest File page, use the check boxes under "Supported Languages" to select up to 10 languages to include in your deployment:
Note that there is currently a limit of 10 languages allowed for each centralized deployment. If your users require more than 10 languages, then you must create another manifest file with the required languages and perform a second centralized deployment. See Working with Multiple Manifest Files for more information.
In the "Supported Languages" option:
- The limit of 10 languages applies even if you plan to only sideload a manifest file.
- English is always selected by default, even in non-English environments and locales.
Once deployed, all supported localized languages are available to be selected by Smart View users.
On the Mac, users change the locale of their Mac system to use a localized version of Smart View (Mac and Browser). On the Chrome browser, users change the language preference of Office 365. Users can change languages to any supported language at any time. For example, a user may change from English to French, and then later, change from French to Simplified Chinese. There is no limit on changing the interface language.
To use a localized version of Smart View (Mac and Browser):
On a Mac, change the language version of your Mac system. See Change the language your Mac uses for instructions.
When you change the language on your Mac system, the change is instant.
On Windows 10, change the language display preference in the browser version of Office 365. See Change your display language and time zone in Microsoft 365 for Business for instructions.
When you change the language in Office 365 on Windows, allow at least 20 minutes for the change to take effect.