Maplesoft provides support in Maple for a variety of languages. The chart below shows the languages that are available and which parts of Maple have been translated. All non-translated text is displayed in English.

For all languages except Japanese, the language packs are included as part of Maple, and can be turned on by following the instructions below. The Japanese version of Maple is a separate product. It is available for Windows and Macintosh, and can be purchased from Cybernet Systems in Japan or the Maplesoft web store.

Language User Interface Context-Sensitive Menus Tutors Assistants Help pages Manuals
Chinese (simplified)
X
X
       
Chinese (traditional)
Partial
Partial
       
French
X
X
X
X
 
Partial*
Greek
X
X
X
X
   
Hungarian
Partial
Partial
       
Japanese
X
X
X
X
X
X
Korean
Partial
Partial
       
Portuguese (Brazilian)
X
X
X
X
X
Partial**
Spanish
Partial
Partial
       

* Démarrer avec Maple, which provides an introduction to the most important concepts and techniques in Maple, is available as a free download from the Maplesoft Documentation Center. This document corresponds to Chapter 1 of the Maple User Manual.

**Brazilian Portuguese help pages and manuals are available through a separate language pack. Contact our Brazilian partner to obtain the most recent version of this documentation.

To set the language:

By default, Maple uses the language of your operating system, when available. To change the default language, follow these instructions:

  1. Start Maple.
  2. Perform one of the following steps to open the Options dialog.
    • On Windows®, Linux®, and Solaris™, from the Tools menu, select Options.
    • On Macintosh®, from the Maple menu, select Preferences.
  3. Under the General tab, select your language from the Language list.
  4. Click the Apply Globally button.
  5. Restart Maple.