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#1 Bonneville


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Posted 06 December 2005 - 05:22 PM

Hiya Everyone,

Not sure if I am on the correct forum section, however, Here's my 'problem '.

My MSN E Mail account ( I subscribe to this one, called premium ) states that when I want to use Spell-check I need to install one as incorporated in Microsoft Office or Microsoft Works Suite. Trouble is, I have one installed with Works suite, so why does it not recognise the Spell- checker. Very Strange.

Any Help please....
Tony. :thumbsup:
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#2 Animal


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Posted 06 December 2005 - 07:43 PM


I'm not a user of MSN, but I found the following at a user forum. I cannot verify the accuracy of the information. Good luck and hope this helps. Post back and let us know either way.

- Sign in to MSN.
- Click the Mail & More icon.
- On the Help & Settings menu, click E-Mail Settings.
- Click Writing E-Mail, and then click Spelling Checker.
- From the Select a spelling dictionary list, select the spelling dictionary you want.
- Click Save Changes.

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#3 Bonneville

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Posted 07 December 2005 - 12:45 PM

Thanks Animal.

I confirmed the information you related but, it does not give me the option of which dictionary to use.

However I have now located information that states only dictionarys in applications of Word, Excel or Powerpoint can be used in this mail program. So much for Microsoft Works Suite Spell- checker. :thumbsup:

Looks like its back to using Yahoo, dont have any of those problems.

Kind Regards.

Bonneville ( Tony ). :flowers:

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