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#1 TheSentinel


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Posted 18 March 2012 - 03:44 PM

Mar 14, 2012 2:00 am
10 Spelling Checker Secrets for Microsoft Word

By Helen Bradley, PCWorld

You use Word?s spelling checker every day, and probably just as often encounter some of the tool's puzzling behavior. Do you know how to get rid of a word that you mistakenly added to its dictionary, for instance, or how to hide the red wiggly lines that appear all over your document?

The following ten tricks will help you to work more efficiently in Word 2010, and they will even make you and your documents look smarter.

1. Control the 'Check Spelling as You Type' Feature

This default feature reviews spelling within your document as you work, indicating with a red wiggly line any words that are missing from the spelling checker's dictionary. The feature can be distracting, but it's easy to disable. To do so, choose File, Options, Proofing, click the Check spelling as you type checkbox to clear it and reverse the current setting, and then click OK.

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