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I have MicroSoft Word 2007 and my problem is as follows: I can not add any word(s) to my dictionary when I am using spell check. There are words in the spell check but I can't add any. I have gone into Control Panel checking with keyboard, mouse, and then Regional & Language but to no avail. Please help. Thanks.

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Type the word you want to add & highlight it. Then in the "proofing" section on the far right, click on the ABC icon with the checkmark under it, then click on "add to dictionary".

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