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My outlook 2007 does not do spell check.

I am using Outlook 2007 and it does not do spell check when I create a new email or reply to an existing one.

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My suggestion use Gmail and import your old email with the aid of the video above. Not all is lost.
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Automatically saving mails in different pst files in outlook 2007


You have several email address for corresponding with different recipieints such as friends and family.Things get annoying when all message end up in the same mailbox.creating individual folder for specific recipients makes navigation and archiving easy

you can instruct outlook to store the mails in different pst files depending on the sender's address .This also simplifies archiving different emails.start outlook and go to "tools">account settings .In the list of created account,select email address that will be need to be stored in the new PST files .click on "change folder". in the dialog that appears ,you can either select existing folder or create "outlook data files " and link it to the account .if you create a new pst files, select the storage type and click "ok" in dialog box that appears. In the "create an open outlook data file" window,define the storage location for the new data file with your desire"file name".Enter the name that the outlook should use in a navigation list under "name ' in the "create a personal folder diaog".if you want you can even password protect file .close all open dialog by either clicking on "ok" or close .repeate this steps if you want to link other account to other pst files .

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I forgot my password and when I create another one it said that email exists


You cannot create a new email account using an existing email address. Most email providers have a link on the login page where you can tell them you forgot your password. Use that to give them your email address and they will email you a new password.

When posting your question, it would have been helpful to say which email provider you are using (hotmail, outlook, googlemail, yahoo etc.) so the reply could have been more specific to your needs.

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Feb 13, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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When hitting "reply" the email


create a new profile in outlook.... this will resolve 80% of the outlook issues

u can follow the link below on how to do it

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/829918

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Mar 16, 2011 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2007: Windows

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Outlook Express is using incorrect dictionery


Open Outlook Express, click on Tools>Options and the Spelling tab. At the bottom is the dictionary that is being used. You can change it to English...

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Mar 10, 2009 | Microsoft Outlook Express

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Extra lines in email - Outlook 2007


Yes, if you send an HTML format message to someone, and they are viewing emails in plain text, their Outlook may be adding extra lines. Check your Tools -> Options -> On the Preferences tab there should be an Email Options button. In Email Options there should be an option to Remove extra line breaks in plain text messages. It won't affect you when composing an email, but your recipients should make sure they have that checked if they are also using Outlook and reading email in Plain Text.

When you are composing emails you can hold the Shift key and press Enter to override the auto-double-space and Outlook will only do a single space.

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Outlook Express spell check


Outlook express does not have its own spell checker, it relies on the one installed with MS Office. Unfortunately the one that comes with Office 2007 is no longer compatible with Outlook. At present there is no solution except to install third party spell ckeck software.

Microsoft covers this here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/932974

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Outlook 2007 will not send emails when forwarding or replying but it will in a new email.


go to tools, option, mail setup, send and receive make sure the send imemdiatly when connect is checked.
back out the outlook and click on send and receive on the tool bar.
you might have to click on send/reciver on the tool bar few times in order for the porgram to configure what you want.

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