MacroView has extensive localisation and language customisation capabilities which allow organisations to tailor MacroView DMF to meet their internal marketing and regional language requirements.
One example of where localisation can be particularly useful is to "rebrand" MacroView DMF so that references to SharePoint or MacroView DMF throughout the user interface are replaced with the internal name of your organisations Document Management Solution.
To learn more about what areas of DMF support rebranding, how it works and how to configure, please refer to the DMF Rebranding User Guide.
Installation and deployment
MacroView DMF and Message 8.7 or later support automatically deploying these re-branding configuration files simply by saving updating the files in the Extensions/Language folder under your central configuration location.
For earlier version of MacroView DMF, close Microsoft Outlook, DMF Explorer (if applicable) and the MacroView DMF Local Service then download and run the DMF Rebranding installer that corresponds with your installation of Windows.
- MacroView DMF 7.10 or later
- Microsoft Office 2010 or late