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Stephen Rifkind  Identity Verified
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French to English
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May 12, 2007

Back again.

I reconverted the slides back to PPT. The original document was French while the target document is English. I used the clean-up function. Now, almost all of my English shows with a red mark, indicating a spelling mistake, implying that the document spell checker is using a French database.

What can I do to eliminate this problem?

TIA

Stephen Rifkind


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Charlie Bavington  Identity Verified
Local time: 07:57
French to English
Previous discussion May 12, 2007

if it helps
http://www.proz.com/topic/51310


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Stephen Rifkind  Identity Verified
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Merci beaucoup May 13, 2007

Toshna, as they say in Russian. Right to the point.

Thanks again.

Stephen Rifkind


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