Changing the spellchecker wavy color in Word 2003
Thread poster: Ihatetrados

Local time: 00:28
English to French
Dec 17, 2010

Hi All,
Does any one out there know if at all possible how to change the color of the wavy in Word 2003 spellchecker?
I found a procedure for Word 2007 on the Microsoft website, but nothing for the 2003 version.
Thanks in advance


István Hirsch  Identity Verified
Local time: 00:28
English to Hungarian
Try this... Dec 17, 2010

For Word 2003:

[Módosítva: 2010-12-17 10:29 GMT]


Local time: 00:28
English to French
Thank you Dec 17, 2010

Thank you very much Itsvan, works like a charm.
As a matter of interest to others, they tell you to restart Word, but you actually need to reboot.
The good Lord made me color-deficient and this will change my life ...


Jenn Mercer  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 18:28
Member (2009)
French to English
Thanks for your question Dec 17, 2010

I learn something every day and I had never thought that it might be possible to change the spellcheck colors. I have no problem with distinguishing colors (including some my husband might claim are imaginary), but I have still seen conflicts with Track Changes, etc.


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