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This is less convenient but it's free - you just need to regularly back up your dictionary so you don't lose it. Appreciate your help. 0 LVL 2 Overall: Level 2 Microsoft Word 1 Message Expert Comment by:TechStudent2 ID: 133846032005-02-23 Glad I could help and thanks for the grade! 0 Featured Post Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Business Applications > Computer problem? This will show you the current lexicons that you have installed any of which may be being used. http://winnthosting.com/word-2000/word-2000-file-size-explods.html
For example if you work in a medical practice you can buy a dictionary of common medical terms to add functionality to your spell checker. If you can't find your copy of support.dot, check out this Knowledge Base article to see how to install it: Install Support.dot. (c) 2017, Helen Bradley, All Rights Reserved. In Word 97 the .lex and the .exc files should be in the same folder, in Word 2000/2002 put the .exc files in the same folder as your custom.dic file. Anne Troy, May 10, 2001 #8 RandyG Thread Starter Joined: Jun 26, 2000 Messages: 7,762 Cheeky!
Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. This site is for you! Apparently, Microsoft knows about this Word 2002 error, as it is addressed in their Knowledge Base article 273965. Excluding words One frustrating aspect of Word is your inability to access Word's own dictionary.
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- If this is the case, the word won't be reported as a spelling error when you run a second spell check, although it will if you close the document and Word
- When you see the book with an X on it this indicates that there is a spelling error flagged in the document.
The question mark is called a wildcard and you should use it to replace one missing character in a word. One of a set of tools we're offering as a way to say thank you for being a part of the community. RandyG, May 11, 2001 #12 Sponsor This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem?
MSSP3GE.DLL, MSSP3GAE.LEX and MSSP3GEP.LEX I have spent hours going over every search I can think of to do with the issues but cannot get an exactmatch or find a resolution. Fun, Huh? The second option is to install the language proofing tools for the languages you are using in your document. When I push F7 sometimes I get no spell or grammar check at all and I know there are some spelling mistakes there and then sometimes I get the following error
So, for example, if you frequently use a word in the wrong context but if the spelling you use isn't a technical misspelling (eg you use affect when you should use Join our community for more solutions or to ask questions. Are you stumped on this one? You can manually add words to the Custom.dic file (or any custom dictionary) by typing the word in a document, check its spelling and click Add to Dictionary.
I made a mistake It's sure to have happened to you, you thought you clicked Change but you clicked Add to Dictionary instead and now Word won't pick up that misspelled You'll undoubtedly want to back them up at some time. Access It Now Question has a verified solution. If it's 64 KB or more, it's too big for Word to add any more words, but you can still add more words by using Notepad, WordPad, or another application.
If English (default) and Dutch are supported, you should be able to combine multiple languages in one document and still use the spelling checker. this content I have checked C:\Program Files (x86)\common Files\Microsoft Shared\Proof and can locate the following files. Wanna copy? This isn't easy but it's not hard to do either.
Make sure English(US) is selected and Detect Language automatically is checked. (In Word 2002 SP3) 0 Message Author Comment by:wilcor14 ID: 133766932005-02-22 It's checked. All Rights Reserved.< Previous | Top | It is possible to have more than one custom dictionary and to have different dictionaries for different uses. weblink First time I used this service and this is fantastic.
I just set the language/dictionary to Australian English and find that works just fine for me. Two of them are for home/personal use: Office 365 Home and Office 365 Perso… Office 365 Microsoft Office Office / Productivity Microsoft Word Microsoft Excel Advertise Here 810 members asked questions Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?
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Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. I can make a spelling mistake and it does not get the red squggly line put underneath it! Spelling options If you're annoyed by Word's squiggly red and green lines you can stop them from appearing by disabling automatic spelling (red) and grammar checking (green). Test your internet connection If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above.
G'night! You can do the same for the Grammar options. You can find out more information about language proofing tools on the Microsoft Web site. check over here Discover More Backing Up Your AutoText Entries Got a bunch of AutoText entries defined for your system?
Earlier Word versions The process is a little different if you’re using Word 97 or 2000. Three of them are for business use: Office 365 Business Essentials, Office 365 Business, and Office 365 Business Premium. When it shows a moving pencil over the book it is checking spelling as you type. Press Enter again to open the new dictionary file in another Notepad window.