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Hi all!

I'm making a multi-language setup of Office, where I have 2 languages sources in one root setup folder.

Everything works perfect, but as I'm adding now about 40+ new post-SP1 updates (thanks SoLoR!) to the source, I'd like to get something clear... Are the updates being applied during setup language-specific - or ALL updates in the Updates folder are applied?

In other words: If I start, for example, an installation of Hebrew Office 2010 (or 2007 for that matter; I know the setup process is quite similar) - and Updates folder contains both Hebrew and English updates, will all of them be applied or only the Hebrew ones?

BTW, the other language (Hebrew) is a full installation, i.e. NOT a Language Pack; if it makes any difference...

Thanks,

Keynan.

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