Regional and language options for your environment

Enable languages in your organization to display the user interface and Help in a language that’s different from the base language.

The following table shows tasks that are associated with changing regional and language options for your organization.

Task Description
Set the base language The base language determines default settings for regional and language options in customer engagement apps (Dynamics 365 Sales, Dynamics 365 Customer Service, Dynamics 365 Field Service, Dynamics 365 Marketing, and Dynamics 365 Project Service Automation). After the base language is set, you can’t change it.
Enable or disable languages You can enable or disable available languages in the Settings area.
Add and remove currencies Similar to setting the base language, you select your organization's base currency during the purchasing process for a subscription. After the base currency is set, you can’t change it.

However, if your organization uses more than one currency to track financial transactions, you can add currencies.
Deactivate or activate currency records You can’t delete currency records that are being used by other records, such as opportunities or invoices. However, you can deactivate currency records so they won’t be available for future transactions.

Enable the language

These settings can be found in the Microsoft Power Platform admin center by going to Environments > [select an environment] > Settings > Product > Languages.

Make sure you have the System Administrator or System Customizer security role or equivalent permissions to update the setting.

  • Follow the steps in View your user profile.
  • Don’t have the correct permissions? Contact your system administrator.

Before users can start using a Language Pack to display a language, the Language Pack must be enabled in your organization.


To display the translated labels for additional languages imported into an environment from a solution, the language must be enabled in the environment before you import the solution. More information: Label text doesn’t display in additional languages after import

  1. Sign in to the Power Platform admin center.

  2. Select an environment and go to Settings > Product > Languages.

    Here you’ll see each Language Pack installed in your environment, with a check box to the left of each listed Language Pack.

  3. For each Language Pack that you want to provision (enable), select the check box next to it. For each Language Pack that you want to unprovision (disable), clear the check box.

  4. Select Apply.

  5. Select OK on any confirmation dialog boxes that open.


    It may take an hour or more to provision or unprovision the languages.

  6. Select Close to close the Language Settings dialog box.

Select the language to display the user interface and Help

Each user selects the language to display in an app. See Languages tab options.