spellcheck not working
Thread poster: Lesley Clarke

Lesley Clarke  Identity Verified
Mexico
Local time: 21:20
Spanish to English
Dec 11, 2006

Can anyone tell me how to fix this? Recently everytime I want to do a spellcheck in word 2003 it says:

Text marked with "do not check spelling or grammar" was skipped.

This generally refers to almost the entire document. Obviously I have not marked any text as such but I cannot find how to unmark this either, do anyone have any suggestions about how to fix this?


 

Jerzy Czopik  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 04:20
Member (2003)
Polish to German
+ ...
Check the styles Dec 11, 2006

Obviously some styles are defined with "Do not check spellin and grammar".

Regards
Jerzy


 

Lesley Clarke  Identity Verified
Mexico
Local time: 21:20
Spanish to English
TOPIC STARTER
Excuse my infinite ignorance Jerzy but Dec 11, 2006

where do I check the styles?

Lesley


 

Henrik Pipoyan  Identity Verified
Local time: 06:20
Member (2004)
English to Armenian
Hi Lesley, Dec 12, 2006

I use Word 2002, but I think in Word 2003 this should be the same. Select all your text (Ctrl. + A). Then go to Tools > Language > Set Language. A dialog-box will appear. Uncheck the “Do not check spelling or grammar" box.

 


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