Is there an Adobe Photoshop elements dutch language?

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Hello fellows,

Is there an adobe Photoshop elements Dutch language? All I know about the default language is English most of the software applications. There are some time that we have to change or shift to different languages depending on the user of the software.

Regards, Shannon Larry.

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Is there an Adobe Photoshop elements dutch language?

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Shannon Larry,

The Adobe Photoshop program only has one language per software. Meaning that if you purchase the English version then the language will be English. If you want it to have another language then you have to purchase it in full license from the Adobe Photoshop company. I hope this helps you.

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Is there an Adobe Photoshop elements dutch language?

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Hi Shannon Larry,

You wanted to know about adobe Photoshop elements Dutch language. I have searched so many web site and found that adobe Photoshop elements Dutch language is available. You can also try by searching in this web.

Without this link you can search in Google by writing Photoshop elements Dutch language and you will get many information from there which will help you to understand about this. I think you have got your answer by the above statement.

Thanks.

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Is there an Adobe Photoshop elements dutch language?

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Hi Shannon Larry!

As far as I know Adobe Photoshop are pre programmed or preset in a certain language, for example when you by an adobe Photoshop installer that is in English, so the best solution is to by a Photoshop installer that is pre-set to the language that you prefer. But, if you really need to change it to another language and you can’t afford to by another installer that is set to the language that you prefer you can try these steps:

1) Open Photoshop and click edit menu,

2) Then select preference,

3) Then click interface where you will find the UI Language pack;

And

4) Select the language that you prefer; then

5) Close the application so that the changes will apply.

Here is also a comprehensive video tutorial. There is also a variation in the steps that you might take in different versions of Adobe Photoshop.

Hope that I have answered your question.

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