changing spellings of Microsoft Word spellchecker
Thread poster: NR_Stedman

NR_Stedman  Identity Verified
France
Local time: 06:22
French to English
May 25, 2009

My copy of MS Word 2007 automatically corrects the spelling of "inhibitor" by replacing it with "inhibiter". Can someone please explain, or give me a link to an explanation about, how to make it get the spelling right.
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xxxhazmatgerman
Local time: 06:22
English to German
Will May 25, 2009

entering your alternative spelling in your user dic solve the problem?

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Lori Cirefice  Identity Verified
France
Local time: 06:22
French to English
Auto-correct list May 25, 2009

Check your auto-correct list (office button, options Word, onglet vérification) and delete the entry for inhibitor/inhibiter if you find it there.

Otherwise, check around in the surrounding language/dictionary menus, there is a surely a setting that can be adjusted so Word will behave the way you expect.


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