Can you spell check only one word (Not all) in Outlook?

  • Thread starter forevernorthstar
  • Start date

F

forevernorthstar

Hi:

Outlook 2007: Curious if anyone knows how to "spell check" only one word
(Not all) in Outlook?

Annoying having to go through all the words that I don't want to spell check
in order to get to the one that I want to check (like in Word 2007)

Thanks you!

Mike
 
Ad

Advertisements

B

Brian Tillman [MVP - Outlook]

Outlook 2007: Curious if anyone knows how to "spell check" only one word
(Not all) in Outlook?

If you select the word first, then run spell check, it should check only the
word. It may ask you if you want to check the rest, but you can click No.
 
F

forevernorthstar

Brian:

Yes, you would think! (just as in "word")

But thats not the case :) (I already tried that, no luck)

It's a terribly annoying problem because it take a long time to get to the
word that I want to check, this has been going on for a long time, I just
want to get it fixed

Thanks for trying though!
 
Ad

Advertisements

F

forevernorthstar

Hey Brian:

I checked again and your right it, does work when you start a new email.

But the problem for me is that it doesn't always work that way. It seems
that most of the time I am constantly having to check words that I don't want
to check. I have no idea why Microsoft just can't keep it simple and have it
work the same on everything. Perhaps it related to "Pasting" or when you
"respond to an email" whow know.... but it she get old with Microsoft
problems

Thanks!
--
Thanks

Mike
 

Ask a Question

Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question?

You'll need to choose a username for the site, which only take a couple of moments. After that, you can post your question and our members will help you out.

Ask a Question

Top