2, 2007 Microsoft Office Suite Service Pack 3 (SP3). 24, Microsoft Exchange Client Language Pack - Chinese (Traditional), 44, Microsoft Office PowerPoint MUI (German) 2007. 43, Microsoft Exchange Client Language Pack - Hebrew.
The thing is that MUI language packs are usually fully localized, and they cost like 25 USD, and they are purchased separately. I am not sure if these were available at the time that Office 2007 was released. If so, and you purchased one, you should be able to install it and use it. These are no longer available for purchase online since July 2011. If you purchased yours before that then you are in luck.
You will be able to use it normally. If this is a LIP language pack (language interface pack) for Hebrew, then chances are that you will not be able to do spell-checking with it.
Unlike MUI packs, the LIP packs are for free, and are usually available for minority languages for which there is no full localization, and they don't include a spell-checker. Only the MUI packs have the spell-checker. Also, I am not sure if there were any MUI packs released for Hebrew for Office 2007. What I can tell you for sure is that a Hebrew MUI pack is available for Office 2010.
If has a spell-checker and it costs 25 USD. Scenario A: You have Hebrew MUI for Office 2007 There should be a spell-checker included. If you can't make it work the chances are there is something wrong with the installation or the configuration. You can provide us with more information to try to troubleshoot the problem.
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Scenario B: You have Hebrew LIP for Office 2007 These packs don't include spell-checkers. So if this is the case then you should be able to translate the interface and dialog boxes of Office 2007 programs into Hebrew.
But you will not be able to do spell-checking. So in this case, this is all normal. The route you have to take to make this work if you really want that spell-checking ability is to upgrade to Office 2010, and then purchase the 25 USD Hebrew MUI pack for Office 2010. I am not absolutely sure that this pack includes the spell-checker. So I can't stress this enough that you verify this for yourself before you purchase.
You should find more information about it on the product description page. Update: I think I fully understand the situation now. This user has added Hebrew as an 'editing language'. But no language pack or proofing tool kit (spell-checker) has been installed.
No MUI, LIP, or PTK, nothing. The 'blue V' refers to the blue checkmark icon that appears when a proofing tool is available for a given language. This is what it looks like in Office 2010. Go to start menu, All programs, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Office 2010 Tools, Microsoft Office 2010 Language Preferences. A dialog box will open up. Click the drop down menu list and select Hebrew. Then click the Add button.
If a proofing tool kit (PTK) for Hebrew is not installed it will say 'Not Installed' under the Proofing column. To install it, you would normally click this link and it will take you to a Microsoft Office web page where you can either purchase and download the language tools for the selected language or you can get it for free. It depends on the language. Proofing tools seem to be free for Office 2013. Right now, if I click this link it takes me to the download page for Office 2013 because this is the most current Office suite. As you can see from the image below you can see that Hebrew is not available for Office 2013 at the moment.