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Outlook Express Error

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#1 crazyy


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Posted 14 January 2007 - 01:37 PM

Hi every body :cool:

I have a problem here and i hope some body help me

my outlook express check spelling by french dictionary :inlove:

when i tried to change it to english from tools - options - spelling i couldn't coz there isn't a language list

what i have to do :thumbsup: :flowers: :trumpet:

Edited by crazyy, 14 January 2007 - 01:39 PM.

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Posted 14 January 2007 - 03:52 PM

have you tried looking through the help option to search for keywords such as "dictionary" or "language"?

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Posted 14 January 2007 - 04:14 PM

Open Control Panel, Regional Settings. Check under Regional Options that the language selected is the same as that used by Microsoft Office, i.e. English (United States) or English (United Kingdom).
Open Outlook Express, Tools, Options, Spelling tab and check that the language selected there is the same as selected above. (One reader from an English-speaking region outside the US found selecting English (United States) solved the problem.)
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Posted 16 January 2007 - 03:19 AM

it was helpful

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