PowerPoint spell check
Thread poster: mmeier

mmeier
Local time: 15:09
German to English
Sep 17, 2008

Does anyone know how to set the spell check language in one go for PowerPoint? For example, is there a way to set it for the entire document, instead of going through the individual slides?
Thanks!


 

Ken Cox  Identity Verified
Local time: 15:09
German to English
+ ...
some suggestions Sep 17, 2008

check out this posting if VBA doesn't scare you:

http://www.proz.com/forum/office_applications/34774-set_language_in_entire_ppt_presentation.html

If you have a 'dead simple' PPT presentation, which means the author didn't use any text boxes, you can simply select all the text in the outline view on the left and then select the desired language. This always works for text entered directly on a slide, but it ignores text boxes.


 

Claire Cox
United Kingdom
Local time: 14:09
French to English
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Add-in Sep 17, 2008

See http://www.proz.com/forum/office_applications/104578-change_language_in_powerpoint_2003.html#856652

which asked a similar question. If you contact me direct, I can send you the add-in.

Claire


 


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