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It wont spell or grammar check

I was happy to find out that word 2007 did spelling and grammar checking. It worked fine when I first used it, but I must have pressed the wrong button. Now it sends me a message that it has checked the document except for parts I didn't want spell checked. But it seems the parts it thinks I didn't want spell checked include my entire document. What should I do

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Copy the text to wordpad, and paste back into word, if it's not too much text with an advanced layout. Run spell check.

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Click the Office button at the top left and go to Word Options. Select Proofing, then hit the Recheck Document button.
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Spell check


Hi,

Open MS Word and click on the Office logo in the top left hand corner, now click on word options and now click on the "Proofing" tab on the left - Now make sure your screen looks like the one below, if it doesn't put the ticks in the relevant boxes and click ok. Then restart word and type and it will correct as you type - If it doesn't then the Dictionaries are wrong, but we can sort that out.

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Where did you purchase the software from? Many stores as well as larger online retailers offer price protection, usually for 30 days. You will have to contact they retailer directly to ask about their policies.

Also, in which specific programs are you attempting to use spell check? Office 2007 does include dictionaries for spell checking, but they are not compatible with Outlook Express. Spell checking should be available within the Office 2007 applications. If it is not, go to your Control Panel --> Add/Remove Programs and Modify your Office 2007 installation. You will need to install the English proofing tools.

Let me know if you have any more questions.

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