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well I am thinking your name is actually Loretta Miller with two Ls. The word 'said' is not spelled 'sed'.
You see Loretta the whole thing about email addresses is that they have to be exact. In fact, I just got into your email address very easily, except Yahoo wonders why you are in Canada! You should have just got a text message to your phone that ends in '26'.
As a moderator, I have edited out your password.
Let me know if everything gets fixed when you spell your own name correctly.
Select the text you want to spell check, or place the cursor anywhere in the text to spell check the entire document.
Go to the Tools menu.
Select Spelling and Grammar. The Spelling and Grammar window opens, and Word begins spell checking.
View any flagged words or phrases in the upper-left window. Just above this window, you will see the reason Word has flagged this text.
Check the Suggestions window in the lower-left corner of the Spelling and Grammar window for correction suggestions.
Click the Change button to make the suggested correction.
Click Change All if you want all instances of this error corrected within the text that you are spell checking.
Enter your own change if you disagree with the suggested correction (or if there is no suggestion) by placing your cursor in the flagged text window and correcting the text as you would in any Word document.
Click the Change button to implement your correction.
Click Ignore if no correction is needed; click Ignore All to skip all further occurrences of this "misspelling."
you will either see a "plane text" or a "rich text" link when your on the screen where you can type your e-mail on the website. IF you see "plain text" click on that, and it should switch to "rich text" then a spell check button will appear on the page.
if its already on rich text, then look for the spell check button.
Open word 2007 Go to tools->Optios->Spellin and Grammer. Then enable all checkboxes then apply and ok. If still face same issue then you need to repair your word 2007. Let me know if you need further assistance. Thanks for using FixYa.
the only advice I can give you is you need to contact the yahoo tech support with this issue. We here at Fixya can not fix issues with yahoo e-mail as we don't have access to the resources to perform the type of issues. Thank you for posting your question on Fixya. I am sorry that we here at Fixya could not be of more assistance.
Does anyone know how to Stop the POP email Alerts? I was fooling around with my Samsung Behold t919, set up my rr.com email addy, via the WEB. It asked if I wanted to get a text message notification when I get emailed, I clikcked Yes! And Know I can't get back in to Any Settings to Change/Turn it Off!!Needless to say, it has become very annoying !! I know about going thru my Messaging in order to access email now, but need to resolve other issue. Any advice??
To turn off automatic spelling corrections and all automatic formatting:
On the 'Tools' menu, click 'AutoCorrect'
Clear the 'Automatically correct spelling and formatting as you type' check box.
Tip: To specify options for checking spelling, on the 'Word' menu, click 'Preferences', and then under 'Authoring and Proofing Tools', click 'Spelling and Grammar'.
To turn off automatic capitalization and text corrections:
On the 'Tools' menu, click 'AutoCorrect'
Click the 'AutoCorrect' tab, and then clear the check boxes for the options that you want to turn off.
Tip: To turn off automatic spelling corrections as you type, clear the 'Replace text as you type' check box.
There should be an option somewhere when you are in the message menu on how to switch from the text mode that tries to finish your words for you to the text mode where you have to push the button however many times to get the the single letter you want. Although if you are in the auto finish mode you can simply ignore what it's suggesting and continue spelling out the word yourself if you want. example: hit 9 6 8 one time each to spell the word "you"..buy if your trying to be able to short hand text like "thk u" your gonna have to look around in your text mode settings.