2. Set a new variable LANG to your user variables :
Editthefile".login"or".c shrc"inyourhomedirectoryand&nb sp;addtheline"setenvLANG [Language]".
[language] canbeinlowercases"french"  ;or"fr","italian"or"it","spani sh"or"sp"and"german"or"g e".
OnWindows,[language] canbeinlowercases"french",&nbs p;"italian","spanish"and"german".
The "architecture" directory depends on what type of machine you are using. Pro/E will automatically detect your machine type and make the appropriate directory. For a PC it will be loadpoint\i486_nt. For Suns it will be something like sun4_solaris_64. The startup command will be a batch file in the loadpoint\bin directory. It will be named something like proe1.bat (for PC). It will call the executable proe.exe which will also be in the bin directory.
Make sure you have installed the german language for ProE (use the setup),
If you have a german Windows XP you should set a system variable (not user variable) LANG=GERMAN. Log on as administrator to set this one.
At work I change this variable to LANG=EN when I want to have ProE WF2 in English, and set LANG=GERMAN when I want ProE in german and it seems to work without problems.
NOTE: I think there might be other programs using this variable, so this might cause problems if you have a non-german Windows and set it to EN for example, but I'm not sure.