MS Word spell-checking
Thread poster: Levan Namoradze

Levan Namoradze  Identity Verified
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Jan 13, 2007

Recently, my MS Word XP stopped offering proposed changes in the course of spell-checking. May be, I switched off some setting? Could you please help me with that?

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Probably just a setting Jan 13, 2007

Sometimes, for various (and usually unknown to the average user) reasons, settings within Microsoft products become "un-set". I suggest you go back into where you set the spellcheck options (Tools, Options, Spelling and Grammar) and make sure that the appropriate option(s) are checked.

Good luck!

[Edited at 2007-01-13 20:33]


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Options Jan 13, 2007

Levan, the Tools > Options> Spellchecking/Grammar > Always suggest corrections should be checked (and you should also check which dictionaries do you want to use, the dictionaties are shown in the same tab).

P.S.
FYI, I moved the thread to Office applications forum.


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Levan Namoradze  Identity Verified
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Thanks! Jan 14, 2007

Thanks a lot!

Натали, спасибо вдвоине! 1. Исправил. 2. Никак не мог наити подходящии форум.


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