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UNICOM Intelligence Professional in other languages
You can display the application in a language other than English. You can change the language at any time. You can change the language back to English at any time or even switch back and forward between various languages.
Displaying the application in a different language
1 Close the application before making these changes.
2 Delete all files (for example, Default_DockingLayout.xml and Options.xml) from the following folders:
For UNICOM Intelligence Author:
%APPDATA%\IBM\SPSS\DataCollection\<version>\Author\
For UNICOM Intelligence Reporter:
%APPDATA%\IBM\SPSS\DataCollection\<version>\Survey Reporter\
3 Edit the application configuration file.
For UNICOM Intelligence Author:
%APPDATA%\IBM\SPSS\DataCollection\<version>\Author\Author.exe.config
For UNICOM Intelligence Reporter:
%APPDATA%\IBM\SPSS\DataCollection\<version>\Survey Reporter\Reporter.exe.config
For UNICOM Intelligence Professional:
%APPDATA%\IBM\SPSS\DataCollection\<version>\Professional\mrstudio.exe.config
4 Add the culture value. For example, to change the language to French, add:
<appSettings>
  <add key="Culture" value="fr-FR" />
</appSettings>
Language
Culture value
Chinese
ZH-cn
English
en-US, or blank
French
fr-FR
German
de-DE
Italian
it-IT
Japanese
ja-JP
Spanish
es-ES
For UNICOM Intelligence Author:
%APPDATA%\IBM\SPSS\DataCollection\<version>\Author\Author.exe.config
For UNICOM Intelligence Reporter:
%APPDATA%\IBM\SPSS\DataCollection\<version>\Survey Reporter\Reporter.exe.config
For UNICOM Intelligence Professional:
%APPDATA%\IBM\SPSS\DataCollection\<version>\Professional\mrstudio.exe.config
%APPDATA% is a Windows environment variable that has a different value depending on the Windows version. On Windows 7 and later, %APPDATA% is usually C:\Users\<user name>\AppData\Roaming.
If the languages do not display as required, try installing the language into the Windows operating system. To do this on Windows 7, go to the Control Panel, and then click Region and Language. Click the Keyboards and Languages tab, and then follow the instructions in How can I install additional languages?.
See also
Using UNICOM Intelligence Professional