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So a friend of mine thought it would be hilarious to had hundreds of random words to the dictionary on Office, particularly the words which I tend to make typos with. Now generally when I make a typo Word doesnt pick it up.
Is there anyway I can remove these typoed words off the dictionary?
I have MS Word 2003, not sure if it's the same with whatever version you have but I can go to Tools->Options->Spelling & Grammar->Custom Dictionaries. There I can modify or delete the custom dictionary that words I added are stored in.
Edited by strolln, 06 May 2010 - 07:55 AM.
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