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Dell Boy

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(Msg. 1) Posted: Sun Apr 15, 2007 12:56 pm
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I've just installed Office 2007 Home and student Edition on a Windows XP Home
SP2 PC with latest updates and the Language (Tools-Options-Spelling) in
Outlook Express 6 SP2 has now changed to French. It is not possible to change
language becasue French is selected but greyed out.

The Primary Editing Language in Office 2007 is English United Kingdom and
English United States is also in the Enabled Editing Languages list.

Can anyone give any suggestions?

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Bruce Hagen

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(Msg. 2) Posted: Sun Apr 15, 2007 1:05 pm
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Office 2007 breaks OE's spell check. Downloading a free spell check is the
simplest way around this.

Some free spell check programs.

Vampirefo:
http://www.majorgeeks.com/download.php?det=2952

TinySpell:
http://www.tinyspell.m6.net/ (Checks the spelling as you type).

Or from this blog:
http://pschmid.net/blog/2006/11/13/80

After installing Office 2007 RTM, you dont have English as a choice of
language in the spell checker of Outlook Express and potentially other
programs.


a.. Office 2007 is replacing the v.3 English Proofing Tools that shipped
in prior versions of Office with a new version (v.6). There are a number of
changes in this new version, but the one that is causing this problem is
that Outlook Express doesn't understand the new English Proofing Tools. This
is a problem because Outlook Express has never shipped with its own proofing
tools but has used the ones shipped by Office.
b.. There are a few scenarios in which you won't run into this problem:
a.. An upgrade from Office 2003 or earlier to Office 2007 RTM if you
don't manually uninstall the earlier version of Office.
b.. A configuration in which Office 2003 (or earlier) has not been
removed.
For example, I have Office 2003 still on both of my computers, and I
still have English in Outlook Express.
c.. The workaround for this problem is to install the English dictionary
from Office 2003 (or Office XP). There should be no need to install all of
Office just the dictionary. The English Proofing Tools can be found in the
Custom Install tree under Office Shared Features|Proofing Tools|English.
--
Bruce Hagen
MS-MVP Outlook Express
~IB-CA~

"Dell Boy" wrote in message

> I've just installed Office 2007 Home and student Edition on a Windows XP
> Home
> SP2 PC with latest updates and the Language (Tools-Options-Spelling) in
> Outlook Express 6 SP2 has now changed to French. It is not possible to
> change
> language becasue French is selected but greyed out.
>
> The Primary Editing Language in Office 2007 is English United Kingdom and
> English United States is also in the Enabled Editing Languages list.
>
> Can anyone give any suggestions?

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Dell Boy

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(Msg. 3) Posted: Sun Apr 15, 2007 1:24 pm
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Thank you for this information.

I tried third party spell checkers once before and they caused problems so I
think I prefer your work around. Office 2007 replced Office 2000, does this
make any difference to the detail of your work around?


"Bruce Hagen" wrote:

> Office 2007 breaks OE's spell check. Downloading a free spell check is the
> simplest way around this.
>
> Some free spell check programs.
>
> Vampirefo:
> http://www.majorgeeks.com/download.php?det=2952
>
> TinySpell:
> http://www.tinyspell.m6.net/ (Checks the spelling as you type).
>
> Or from this blog:
> http://pschmid.net/blog/2006/11/13/80
>
> After installing Office 2007 RTM, you dont have English as a choice of
> language in the spell checker of Outlook Express and potentially other
> programs.
>
>
> a.. Office 2007 is replacing the v.3 English Proofing Tools that shipped
> in prior versions of Office with a new version (v.6). There are a number of
> changes in this new version, but the one that is causing this problem is
> that Outlook Express doesn't understand the new English Proofing Tools. This
> is a problem because Outlook Express has never shipped with its own proofing
> tools but has used the ones shipped by Office.
> b.. There are a few scenarios in which you won't run into this problem:
> a.. An upgrade from Office 2003 or earlier to Office 2007 RTM if you
> don't manually uninstall the earlier version of Office.
> b.. A configuration in which Office 2003 (or earlier) has not been
> removed.
> For example, I have Office 2003 still on both of my computers, and I
> still have English in Outlook Express.
> c.. The workaround for this problem is to install the English dictionary
> from Office 2003 (or Office XP). There should be no need to install all of
> Office just the dictionary. The English Proofing Tools can be found in the
> Custom Install tree under Office Shared Features|Proofing Tools|English.
> --
> Bruce Hagen
> MS-MVP Outlook Express
> ~IB-CA~
>
> "Dell Boy" wrote in message
>
> > I've just installed Office 2007 Home and student Edition on a Windows XP
> > Home
> > SP2 PC with latest updates and the Language (Tools-Options-Spelling) in
> > Outlook Express 6 SP2 has now changed to French. It is not possible to
> > change
> > language becasue French is selected but greyed out.
> >
> > The Primary Editing Language in Office 2007 is English United Kingdom and
> > English United States is also in the Enabled Editing Languages list.
> >
> > Can anyone give any suggestions?
>
>
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Bruce Hagen

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(Msg. 4) Posted: Sun Apr 15, 2007 1:29 pm
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I can't say for sure if it will work with Office 2000. I haven't run into
that as yet.

I have been using the Vampirefo spell check with my last three machines with
no problem at all.
--
Bruce Hagen
MS-MVP Outlook Express
~IB-CA~

"Dell Boy" wrote in message

> Thank you for this information.
>
> I tried third party spell checkers once before and they caused problems so
> I
> think I prefer your work around. Office 2007 replced Office 2000, does
> this
> make any difference to the detail of your work around?
>
>
> "Bruce Hagen" wrote:
>
>> Office 2007 breaks OE's spell check. Downloading a free spell check is
>> the
>> simplest way around this.
>>
>> Some free spell check programs.
>>
>> Vampirefo:
>> http://www.majorgeeks.com/download.php?det=2952
>>
>> TinySpell:
>> http://www.tinyspell.m6.net/ (Checks the spelling as you type).
>>
>> Or from this blog:
>> http://pschmid.net/blog/2006/11/13/80
>>
>> After installing Office 2007 RTM, you dont have English as a choice of
>> language in the spell checker of Outlook Express and potentially other
>> programs.
>>
>>
>> a.. Office 2007 is replacing the v.3 English Proofing Tools that
>> shipped
>> in prior versions of Office with a new version (v.6). There are a number
>> of
>> changes in this new version, but the one that is causing this problem is
>> that Outlook Express doesn't understand the new English Proofing Tools.
>> This
>> is a problem because Outlook Express has never shipped with its own
>> proofing
>> tools but has used the ones shipped by Office.
>> b.. There are a few scenarios in which you won't run into this problem:
>> a.. An upgrade from Office 2003 or earlier to Office 2007 RTM if you
>> don't manually uninstall the earlier version of Office.
>> b.. A configuration in which Office 2003 (or earlier) has not been
>> removed.
>> For example, I have Office 2003 still on both of my computers, and I
>> still have English in Outlook Express.
>> c.. The workaround for this problem is to install the English
>> dictionary
>> from Office 2003 (or Office XP). There should be no need to install all
>> of
>> Office just the dictionary. The English Proofing Tools can be found in
>> the
>> Custom Install tree under Office Shared Features|Proofing Tools|English.
>> --
>> Bruce Hagen
>> MS-MVP Outlook Express
>> ~IB-CA~
>>
>> "Dell Boy" wrote in message
>>
>> > I've just installed Office 2007 Home and student Edition on a Windows
>> > XP
>> > Home
>> > SP2 PC with latest updates and the Language (Tools-Options-Spelling) in
>> > Outlook Express 6 SP2 has now changed to French. It is not possible to
>> > change
>> > language becasue French is selected but greyed out.
>> >
>> > The Primary Editing Language in Office 2007 is English United Kingdom
>> > and
>> > English United States is also in the Enabled Editing Languages list.
>> >
>> > Can anyone give any suggestions?
>>
>>
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Dell Boy

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(Msg. 5) Posted: Sun Apr 15, 2007 2:54 pm
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Thanks for all this Bruce, case closed.

"Bruce Hagen" wrote:

> I can't say for sure if it will work with Office 2000. I haven't run into
> that as yet.
>
> I have been using the Vampirefo spell check with my last three machines with
> no problem at all.
> --
> Bruce Hagen
> MS-MVP Outlook Express
> ~IB-CA~
>
> "Dell Boy" wrote in message
>
> > Thank you for this information.
> >
> > I tried third party spell checkers once before and they caused problems so
> > I
> > think I prefer your work around. Office 2007 replced Office 2000, does
> > this
> > make any difference to the detail of your work around?
> >
> >
> > "Bruce Hagen" wrote:
> >
> >> Office 2007 breaks OE's spell check. Downloading a free spell check is
> >> the
> >> simplest way around this.
> >>
> >> Some free spell check programs.
> >>
> >> Vampirefo:
> >> http://www.majorgeeks.com/download.php?det=2952
> >>
> >> TinySpell:
> >> http://www.tinyspell.m6.net/ (Checks the spelling as you type).
> >>
> >> Or from this blog:
> >> http://pschmid.net/blog/2006/11/13/80
> >>
> >> After installing Office 2007 RTM, you dont have English as a choice of
> >> language in the spell checker of Outlook Express and potentially other
> >> programs.
> >>
> >>
> >> a.. Office 2007 is replacing the v.3 English Proofing Tools that
> >> shipped
> >> in prior versions of Office with a new version (v.6). There are a number
> >> of
> >> changes in this new version, but the one that is causing this problem is
> >> that Outlook Express doesn't understand the new English Proofing Tools.
> >> This
> >> is a problem because Outlook Express has never shipped with its own
> >> proofing
> >> tools but has used the ones shipped by Office.
> >> b.. There are a few scenarios in which you won't run into this problem:
> >> a.. An upgrade from Office 2003 or earlier to Office 2007 RTM if you
> >> don't manually uninstall the earlier version of Office.
> >> b.. A configuration in which Office 2003 (or earlier) has not been
> >> removed.
> >> For example, I have Office 2003 still on both of my computers, and I
> >> still have English in Outlook Express.
> >> c.. The workaround for this problem is to install the English
> >> dictionary
> >> from Office 2003 (or Office XP). There should be no need to install all
> >> of
> >> Office just the dictionary. The English Proofing Tools can be found in
> >> the
> >> Custom Install tree under Office Shared Features|Proofing Tools|English.
> >> --
> >> Bruce Hagen
> >> MS-MVP Outlook Express
> >> ~IB-CA~
> >>
> >> "Dell Boy" wrote in message
> >>
> >> > I've just installed Office 2007 Home and student Edition on a Windows
> >> > XP
> >> > Home
> >> > SP2 PC with latest updates and the Language (Tools-Options-Spelling) in
> >> > Outlook Express 6 SP2 has now changed to French. It is not possible to
> >> > change
> >> > language becasue French is selected but greyed out.
> >> >
> >> > The Primary Editing Language in Office 2007 is English United Kingdom
> >> > and
> >> > English United States is also in the Enabled Editing Languages list.
> >> >
> >> > Can anyone give any suggestions?
> >>
> >>
>
>
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Leon Hao [MSFT]

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(Msg. 6) Posted: Mon Apr 16, 2007 8:35 am
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Hi Dell,

Glad to know you are satisfied with Bruce's suggestions.

If you have further questions, please feel free to get back here and we are
all ready to help.

Have a nice day!


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(Msg. 7) Posted: Tue Apr 24, 2007 10:24 am
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Been following this thread since I am having the same problem and just want
to make sure I understand. I bought Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft Office
2003, and Office 2007, and the recommendation to this is to either try and
find the dictionary from Office 2003, which on my system is not where Bruce
said it was or download the a third party spell checker????? You have to be
kidding me. Where is the support team this is obvious and needs to be fixed.

Seems I may be wasting my money on MS products.....


"Dell Boy" wrote:

> I've just installed Office 2007 Home and student Edition on a Windows XP Home
> SP2 PC with latest updates and the Language (Tools-Options-Spelling) in
> Outlook Express 6 SP2 has now changed to French. It is not possible to change
> language becasue French is selected but greyed out.
>
> The Primary Editing Language in Office 2007 is English United Kingdom and
> English United States is also in the Enabled Editing Languages list.
>
> Can anyone give any suggestions?
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(Msg. 8) Posted: Tue Apr 24, 2007 11:16 am
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I don't know where the Office 2003 proofing tools are. I was only citing a
blog that has worked for others.

Outlook Express has never come with a spell check of its own and has always
relied on a third party program.

Since OE is on its last legs, no issue that was never addressed before will
certainly not be addressed now.

As I said, I have always used a free spell check, and I know a few people
that like TinySpell so much, they use that even though they have the option
to use the spell check from Word.
--
Bruce Hagen
MS-MVP Outlook Express
~IB-CA~

"Tim" wrote in message

> Been following this thread since I am having the same problem and just
> want
> to make sure I understand. I bought Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft
> Office
> 2003, and Office 2007, and the recommendation to this is to either try and
> find the dictionary from Office 2003, which on my system is not where
> Bruce
> said it was or download the a third party spell checker????? You have to
> be
> kidding me. Where is the support team this is obvious and needs to be
> fixed.
>
> Seems I may be wasting my money on MS products.....
>
>
> "Dell Boy" wrote:
>
>> I've just installed Office 2007 Home and student Edition on a Windows XP
>> Home
>> SP2 PC with latest updates and the Language (Tools-Options-Spelling) in
>> Outlook Express 6 SP2 has now changed to French. It is not possible to
>> change
>> language becasue French is selected but greyed out.
>>
>> The Primary Editing Language in Office 2007 is English United Kingdom and
>> English United States is also in the Enabled Editing Languages list.
>>
>> Can anyone give any suggestions?
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(Msg. 9) Posted: Thu Oct 04, 2007 7:37 am
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Thanks Bruce - your suggestion of installing Office 2003 English Proofing
tool did the trick!

Cheers

David


"Bruce Hagen" wrote:

> I don't know where the Office 2003 proofing tools are. I was only citing a
> blog that has worked for others.
>
> Outlook Express has never come with a spell check of its own and has always
> relied on a third party program.
>
> Since OE is on its last legs, no issue that was never addressed before will
> certainly not be addressed now.
>
> As I said, I have always used a free spell check, and I know a few people
> that like TinySpell so much, they use that even though they have the option
> to use the spell check from Word.
> --
> Bruce Hagen
> MS-MVP Outlook Express
> ~IB-CA~
>
> "Tim" wrote in message
>
> > Been following this thread since I am having the same problem and just
> > want
> > to make sure I understand. I bought Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft
> > Office
> > 2003, and Office 2007, and the recommendation to this is to either try and
> > find the dictionary from Office 2003, which on my system is not where
> > Bruce
> > said it was or download the a third party spell checker????? You have to
> > be
> > kidding me. Where is the support team this is obvious and needs to be
> > fixed.
> >
> > Seems I may be wasting my money on MS products.....
> >
> >
> > "Dell Boy" wrote:
> >
> >> I've just installed Office 2007 Home and student Edition on a Windows XP
> >> Home
> >> SP2 PC with latest updates and the Language (Tools-Options-Spelling) in
> >> Outlook Express 6 SP2 has now changed to French. It is not possible to
> >> change
> >> language becasue French is selected but greyed out.
> >>
> >> The Primary Editing Language in Office 2007 is English United Kingdom and
> >> English United States is also in the Enabled Editing Languages list.
> >>
> >> Can anyone give any suggestions?
>
>
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(Msg. 10) Posted: Thu Oct 04, 2007 10:27 am
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You're welcome.
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MS-MVP Outlook Express
Imperial Beach, CA


"Big D" wrote in message

> Thanks Bruce - your suggestion of installing Office 2003 English Proofing
> tool did the trick!
>
> Cheers
>
> David
>
>
> "Bruce Hagen" wrote:
>
>> I don't know where the Office 2003 proofing tools are. I was only citing
>> a
>> blog that has worked for others.
>>
>> Outlook Express has never come with a spell check of its own and has
>> always
>> relied on a third party program.
>>
>> Since OE is on its last legs, no issue that was never addressed before
>> will
>> certainly not be addressed now.
>>
>> As I said, I have always used a free spell check, and I know a few people
>> that like TinySpell so much, they use that even though they have the
>> option
>> to use the spell check from Word.
>> --
>> Bruce Hagen
>> MS-MVP Outlook Express
>> ~IB-CA~
>>
>> "Tim" wrote in message
>>
>> > Been following this thread since I am having the same problem and just
>> > want
>> > to make sure I understand. I bought Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft
>> > Office
>> > 2003, and Office 2007, and the recommendation to this is to either try
>> > and
>> > find the dictionary from Office 2003, which on my system is not where
>> > Bruce
>> > said it was or download the a third party spell checker????? You have
>> > to
>> > be
>> > kidding me. Where is the support team this is obvious and needs to be
>> > fixed.
>> >
>> > Seems I may be wasting my money on MS products.....
>> >
>> >
>> > "Dell Boy" wrote:
>> >
>> >> I've just installed Office 2007 Home and student Edition on a Windows
>> >> XP
>> >> Home
>> >> SP2 PC with latest updates and the Language (Tools-Options-Spelling)
>> >> in
>> >> Outlook Express 6 SP2 has now changed to French. It is not possible to
>> >> change
>> >> language becasue French is selected but greyed out.
>> >>
>> >> The Primary Editing Language in Office 2007 is English United Kingdom
>> >> and
>> >> English United States is also in the Enabled Editing Languages list.
>> >>
>> >> Can anyone give any suggestions?
>>
>>
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(Msg. 11) Posted: Mon Oct 08, 2007 10:02 pm
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"Dell Boy" wrote:

> I've just installed Office 2007 Home and student Edition on a Windows XP Home
> SP2 PC with latest updates and the Language (Tools-Options-Spelling) in
> Outlook Express 6 SP2 has now changed to French. It is not possible to change
> language becasue French is selected but greyed out.
>
> The Primary Editing Language in Office 2007 is English United Kingdom and
> English United States is also in the Enabled Editing Languages list.
>
> Can anyone give any suggestions?
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(Msg. 12) Posted: Tue Oct 09, 2007 12:14 am
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"SNIPER 1" wrote in message

>
>
> "Dell Boy" wrote:
>
>> I've just installed Office 2007 Home and student Edition on a Windows XP Home
>> SP2 PC with latest updates and the Language (Tools-Options-Spelling) in
>> Outlook Express 6 SP2 has now changed to French. It is not possible to change
>> language becasue French is selected but greyed out.
>>
>> The Primary Editing Language in Office 2007 is English United Kingdom and
>> English United States is also in the Enabled Editing Languages list.
>>
>> Can anyone give any suggestions?

You no longer have spell checking capabilities in some
languages in Outlook Express 6.0 after you install the 2007
Microsoft Office system
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/932974


Here are a couple of free spell checkers that you may find
helpful.


Spell Checker for OE
http://www.snapfiles.com/get/spelloe.html


Spell Checker for OE 2.1
http://www.majorgeeks.com/download.php?det=2952


You may be able to get around this issue with a copy of
Office 2003. You can install the Proofing tools from the Office
2003 installation CD and it will restore the spell checking
capabilities in Outlook Express.
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(Msg. 13) Posted: Tue Oct 09, 2007 3:53 pm
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"Big D" napísal v správe

> Thanks Bruce - your suggestion of installing Office 2003 English Proofing
> tool did the trick!
>
> Cheers
>
> David
>
>
> "Bruce Hagen" wrote:
>
>> I don't know where the Office 2003 proofing tools are. I was only citing
>> a
>> blog that has worked for others.
>>
>> Outlook Express has never come with a spell check of its own and has
>> always
>> relied on a third party program.
>>
>> Since OE is on its last legs, no issue that was never addressed before
>> will
>> certainly not be addressed now.
>>
>> As I said, I have always used a free spell check, and I know a few people
>> that like TinySpell so much, they use that even though they have the
>> option
>> to use the spell check from Word.
>> --
>> Bruce Hagen
>> MS-MVP Outlook Express
>> ~IB-CA~
>>
>> "Tim" wrote in message
>>
>> > Been following this thread since I am having the same problem and just
>> > want
>> > to make sure I understand. I bought Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft
>> > Office
>> > 2003, and Office 2007, and the recommendation to this is to either try
>> > and
>> > find the dictionary from Office 2003, which on my system is not where
>> > Bruce
>> > said it was or download the a third party spell checker????? You have
>> > to
>> > be
>> > kidding me. Where is the support team this is obvious and needs to be
>> > fixed.
>> >
>> > Seems I may be wasting my money on MS products.....
>> >
>> >
>> > "Dell Boy" wrote:
>> >
>> >> I've just installed Office 2007 Home and student Edition on a Windows
>> >> XP
>> >> Home
>> >> SP2 PC with latest updates and the Language (Tools-Options-Spelling)
>> >> in
>> >> Outlook Express 6 SP2 has now changed to French. It is not possible to
>> >> change
>> >> language becasue French is selected but greyed out.
>> >>
>> >> The Primary Editing Language in Office 2007 is English United Kingdom
>> >> and
>> >> English United States is also in the Enabled Editing Languages list.
>> >>
>> >> Can anyone give any suggestions?
>>
>>
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(Msg. 14) Posted: Wed Oct 24, 2007 12:17 am
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Leon,
I don't have earlier versions of MS Office to install old English Proofing
Tools.

What do you suggest to fix French Only Outlook Express with my new XP &
Office 2007?

mickeyD

"Leon Hao [MSFT]" wrote:

> Hi Dell,
>
> Glad to know you are satisfied with Bruce's suggestions.
>
> If you have further questions, please feel free to get back here and we are
> all ready to help.
>
> Have a nice day!
>
>
> Regards,
>
> Leon Hao
>
> Microsoft Online Partner Support
> Get Secure! - www.microsoft.com/security
> ====================================================
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> that others may learn and benefit from your issue.
> ====================================================
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>
>
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(Msg. 15) Posted: Wed Oct 24, 2007 12:22 am
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Use a free one. I do.

Vampirefo Spell Check:
http://www.majorgeeks.com/download.php?det=2952

TinySpell:
http://www.tinyspell.m6.net/ (Checks the spelling as you type).
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Bruce Hagen
MS-MVP Outlook Express
Imperial Beach, CA


"mickeyD" wrote in message

> Leon,
> I don't have earlier versions of MS Office to install old English Proofing
> Tools.
>
> What do you suggest to fix French Only Outlook Express with my new XP &
> Office 2007?
>
> mickeyD
>
> "Leon Hao [MSFT]" wrote:
>
>> Hi Dell,
>>
>> Glad to know you are satisfied with Bruce's suggestions.
>>
>> If you have further questions, please feel free to get back here and we
>> are
>> all ready to help.
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>>
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>>
>> Leon Hao
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