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Dynamics CRM supports 41 languages. Here they are:
So how do we turn on different languages? Well, if we are using Dynamics CRM Online with the web client, we literally just tick a box. Go to Settings – Administration – Languages and tick the box for the language we want.
Curious to see how Spanish looks? Tick the box. After a little whirring, you have your second language installed.
As a user, you then go to File – Options – Languages and pick the language you want.
That’s it! You are now working with Cuentas y Contactos rather than Accounts and Contacts.
In the case of the Outlook client, you need to install a language pack on the client machine. Similarly, with an on-premise deployment, you need to install a language pack on the server.
However, for online, having CRM configured so that you can be working in one language and the person next to you is working in a completely different language is literally a tickbox away.
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