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Outlook Spelling Check

 
 
Jim
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      26th Oct 2003
I have my Outlook in partition C:/ and my MS Office in
partition D:/. Do I have to move the MS Office to C:/ to
allow me to use spelling when I compose a message???
 
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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]
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      26th Oct 2003
What version of Outlook are you using? Note: this group does not support
Outlook Express.

If you tried it and get errors, please report back the exact error message.


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Jim <(E-Mail Removed)> asked:

| I have my Outlook in partition C:/ and my MS Office in
| partition D:/. Do I have to move the MS Office to C:/ to
| allow me to use spelling when I compose a message???


 
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