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Switch the language of Inventor Content Center 2013 or 2012.

A - answer If you want to change the language of user environment in the Inventor Content Center (CC), you can just modify the loading control file for this add-in.

Use Notepad to add (or edit) a line in the file Autodesk.ContentCenter.Inventor.addin stored in the folder C:\Users\YOURUSERNAME\AppData\Roaming\Autodesk\Inventor 2013\Addins\ as:

<Language _OVERRIDDEN_="ADDED" CCLanguageOverride="de-DE"></Language>  


<Language _OVERRIDDEN_="ADDED" CCLanguageOverride="en-US"></Language>  

The language setting can be switched to any value supported in all localized versions of Autodesk Inventor, so you can choose also more exotic languages like cs-CZ (Czech), hu-HU (Hungarian) or zh-CN (Chinese):

Hungarian CC

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11.3.2013    4998×  
applies to: Inventor 2013 · Inventor 2012 ·

See also:
Tip 12532:Error when inserting standard part - Modeling: Failed to insert a part into assembly!
Tip 12412:Missing category icons and thumbnails in Inventor Content Center.
Tip 12317:How to publish a custom iPart to CC with Color as one of its parameters?
Tip 10266:How to change the iProperty "Standard" for parts from Content Center?
Tip 9305:Problem inserting the current version of a component from Content Center.

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