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geomac

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(Msg. 76) Posted: Mon Oct 06, 2008 8:53 am
Post subject: Re: Language Set To French [Login to view extended thread Info.]
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Thanks Ken - I thought that the download was FREE!!! Anyway I have downloaded
it and will give it a try

Thanks for your help

Geomac

"Ken" wrote:

> Just providing alternative option for comparison.
>
> Ken
>
> "Bruce Hagen" wrote in message
>
>
> | "geomac" balked at $6.00. I don't think he will want to pay $29.95. <g>
> | --
> |
> | Bruce Hagen
> | MS-MVP Outlook Express
> | Imperial Beach, CA
> |
> |
> | "Ken" wrote in message
> |
> | > Perhaps ABC spell check
> | >
> | > Add spell checking, thesaurus and dictionary/word lookup functions to
> | > Outlook Express! ABCSpell installs in seconds and works like part of
> | > Outlook
> | > Express. Checks spelling manually or automatically on "Send". Displays
> | > suggestions for 13+ languages.
> | >
> | >
> http://3d2f.com/download/29-403-abcspell-for-outlook-express-free-download.shtml
> | >
> | > select a mirror for free download ABCSpell for Outlook Express 7.2.4.1:
> | > http://www.isota.com/downloads/otherdownloads/abcspell.exe
> | > http://www.isota.com/downloads/otherdownloads/abcspell.exe
> | >
> | >
> | >
> | > "geomac" wrote in message
> | >
> | > | Bruce
> | > |
> | > | Are you aware of an English (UK) spell checker attachment - the
> | > vampirefo
> | > | one is English (United States)?
> | > |
> | > | Regards
> | > |
> | > | George
> | > |
> | > | "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. 77) Posted: Mon Oct 06, 2008 11:32 am
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The download is free, but only for a 15 day trial.
--

Bruce Hagen
MS-MVP Outlook Express
Imperial Beach, CA


"geomac" wrote in message

> Thanks Ken - I thought that the download was FREE!!! Anyway I have
> downloaded
> it and will give it a try
>
> Thanks for your help
>
> Geomac
>
> "Ken" wrote:
>
>> Just providing alternative option for comparison.
>>
>> Ken
>>
>> "Bruce Hagen" wrote in message
>>
>>
>> | "geomac" balked at $6.00. I don't think he will want to pay $29.95. <g>
>> | --
>> |
>> | Bruce Hagen
>> | MS-MVP Outlook Express
>> | Imperial Beach, CA
>> |
>> |
>> | "Ken" wrote in message
>> |
>> | > Perhaps ABC spell check
>> | >
>> | > Add spell checking, thesaurus and dictionary/word lookup functions to
>> | > Outlook Express! ABCSpell installs in seconds and works like part of
>> | > Outlook
>> | > Express. Checks spelling manually or automatically on "Send".
>> Displays
>> | > suggestions for 13+ languages.
>> | >
>> | >
>> http://3d2f.com/download/29-403-abcspell-for-outlook-express-free-download.shtml
>> | >
>> | > select a mirror for free download ABCSpell for Outlook Express
>> 7.2.4.1:
>> | > http://www.isota.com/downloads/otherdownloads/abcspell.exe
>> | > http://www.isota.com/downloads/otherdownloads/abcspell.exe
>> | >
>> | >
>> | >
>> | > "geomac" wrote in message
>> | >
>> | > | Bruce
>> | > |
>> | > | Are you aware of an English (UK) spell checker attachment - the
>> | > vampirefo
>> | > | one is English (United States)?
>> | > |
>> | > | Regards
>> | > |
>> | > | George
>> | > |
>> | > | "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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(Msg. 78) Posted: Mon Oct 06, 2008 12:20 pm
Post subject: Re: Language Set To French [Login to view extended thread Info.]
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Right on again Bruce - I just found out and removed it - grrrrrr. Maybe $6
isn't so bad!!

Thanks

Geomac

"Bruce Hagen" wrote:

> The download is free, but only for a 15 day trial.
> --
>
> Bruce Hagen
> MS-MVP Outlook Express
> Imperial Beach, CA
>
>
> "geomac" wrote in message
>
> > Thanks Ken - I thought that the download was FREE!!! Anyway I have
> > downloaded
> > it and will give it a try
> >
> > Thanks for your help
> >
> > Geomac
> >
> > "Ken" wrote:
> >
> >> Just providing alternative option for comparison.
> >>
> >> Ken
> >>
> >> "Bruce Hagen" wrote in message
> >>
> >>
> >> | "geomac" balked at $6.00. I don't think he will want to pay $29.95. <g>
> >> | --
> >> |
> >> | Bruce Hagen
> >> | MS-MVP Outlook Express
> >> | Imperial Beach, CA
> >> |
> >> |
> >> | "Ken" wrote in message
> >> |
> >> | > Perhaps ABC spell check
> >> | >
> >> | > Add spell checking, thesaurus and dictionary/word lookup functions to
> >> | > Outlook Express! ABCSpell installs in seconds and works like part of
> >> | > Outlook
> >> | > Express. Checks spelling manually or automatically on "Send".
> >> Displays
> >> | > suggestions for 13+ languages.
> >> | >
> >> | >
> >> http://3d2f.com/download/29-403-abcspell-for-outlook-express-free-download.shtml
> >> | >
> >> | > select a mirror for free download ABCSpell for Outlook Express
> >> 7.2.4.1:
> >> | > http://www.isota.com/downloads/otherdownloads/abcspell.exe
> >> | > http://www.isota.com/downloads/otherdownloads/abcspell.exe
> >> | >
> >> | >
> >> | >
> >> | > "geomac" wrote in message
> >> | >
> >> | > | Bruce
> >> | > |
> >> | > | Are you aware of an English (UK) spell checker attachment - the
> >> | > vampirefo
> >> | > | one is English (United States)?
> >> | > |
> >> | > | Regards
> >> | > |
> >> | > | George
> >> | > |
> >> | > | "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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Harry

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(Msg. 79) Posted: Thu Oct 16, 2008 6:42 pm
Post subject: Re: Language Set To French [Login to view extended thread Info.]
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"Bruce Hagen" wrote:

> Release to manufacturing.
>
> From:
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Software_release_life_cycle
>
> Microsoft and others use the term "release to manufacturing" (RTM) to refer
> to this version (for commercial products, like Windows XP, as in, "Build
> 2600 is the Windows XP RTM release"), and "release to Web" (RTW) for freely
> downloadable products. Typically, RTM is weeks or months before General
> Availability (GA) because the RTM version must be burned to disc and boxed
> etc.
> --
> Bruce Hagen
> MS-MVP Outlook Express
> Imperial Beach, CA
>
>
> "Bill E" wrote in message
>
> > OK, I'll bite what the hell does RTM mean?
> > --
> > Regards,
> > WJE
> >
> >
> > "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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(Msg. 80) Posted: Thu Mar 26, 2009 2:25 pm
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this process also worked using microsoft Office 2000. Thank you for the
suggestion.

"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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(Msg. 81) Posted: Tue Feb 02, 2010 11:47 pm
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"Bruce Hagen" wrote:

> That is a third party spell check that overrides the spell check from Word.
> It doesn't actually correct anything. It does work fine though. I have used
> it for years.
>
> <Canned>
>
> 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
>
> Outlook Express cannot use the MS Word spell check in Office 2007.
> Downloading a free spell check is the simplest way around this.
>
> Vampirefo Spell Check.
>
> Download it from Major Geeks:
> http://www.majorgeeks.com/download.php?det=2952
>
> Or download it from SnapFile:
> http://www.snapfiles.com/get/spelloe.html
>
> Or you may like TinySpell. (Checks the spelling as you type).
>
> Download it here:
> http://www.tinyspell.m6.net/
>
> Australian English Spell Check
> (Also suitable for other English speaking countries.)
> http://www.justlocal.com.au/clients/oespellcheck/
>
> If you have a previous version of Office, see this:
> http://www.outlook-tips.net/archives/2006/20061228.htm
> --
>
> Bruce Hagen
> MS-MVP [Mail]
> Imperial Beach, CA
>
>
> "Andrew Mac" wrote in message
>
> > There is a Folder (Spell Checker for OE 2.1) which contains a file
> > English.exe. Run this file to correct Spelling Check from French to
> > English. A computer technician corrected this same problem for me in
> > about 2 minutes.
> >
> > "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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Bob L

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(Msg. 82) Posted: Wed Feb 03, 2010 12:07 am
Post subject: Re: Language Set To French [Login to view extended thread Info.]
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Oops!

I clicked "Post" too soon!

Here's what I intended to say: Thanks, Bruce!

I followed your choice "C" instructions using the English Dictionary from
Office 2000.

Even with that version, it worked well for me.


"Bob L" wrote:

>
>
> "Bruce Hagen" wrote:
>
> > That is a third party spell check that overrides the spell check from Word.
> > It doesn't actually correct anything. It does work fine though. I have used
> > it for years.
> >
> > <Canned>
> >
> > 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
> >
> > Outlook Express cannot use the MS Word spell check in Office 2007.
> > Downloading a free spell check is the simplest way around this.
> >
> > Vampirefo Spell Check.
> >
> > Download it from Major Geeks:
> > http://www.majorgeeks.com/download.php?det=2952
> >
> > Or download it from SnapFile:
> > http://www.snapfiles.com/get/spelloe.html
> >
> > Or you may like TinySpell. (Checks the spelling as you type).
> >
> > Download it here:
> > http://www.tinyspell.m6.net/
> >
> > Australian English Spell Check
> > (Also suitable for other English speaking countries.)
> > http://www.justlocal.com.au/clients/oespellcheck/
> >
> > If you have a previous version of Office, see this:
> > http://www.outlook-tips.net/archives/2006/20061228.htm
> > --
> >
> > Bruce Hagen
> > MS-MVP [Mail]
> > Imperial Beach, CA
> >
> >
> > "Andrew Mac" wrote in message
> >
> > > There is a Folder (Spell Checker for OE 2.1) which contains a file
> > > English.exe. Run this file to correct Spelling Check from French to
> > > English. A computer technician corrected this same problem for me in
> > > about 2 minutes.
> > >
> > > "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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Bruce Hagen

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(Msg. 83) Posted: Wed Feb 03, 2010 12:15 am
Post subject: Re: Language Set To French [Login to view extended thread Info.]
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You're welcome. Glad you got it working.
--
Bruce Hagen
MS-MVP [Mail]
Imperial Beach, CA


"Bob L" wrote in message

> Oops!
>
> I clicked "Post" too soon!
>
> Here's what I intended to say: Thanks, Bruce!
>
> I followed your choice "C" instructions using the English Dictionary
> from
> Office 2000.
>
> Even with that version, it worked well for me.
>
>
> "Bob L" wrote:
>
>>
>>
>> "Bruce Hagen" wrote:
>>
>> > That is a third party spell check that overrides the spell check from
>> > Word.
>> > It doesn't actually correct anything. It does work fine though. I
>> > have used
>> > it for years.
>> >
>> > <Canned>
>> >
>> > 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
>> >
>> > Outlook Express cannot use the MS Word spell check in Office 2007.
>> > Downloading a free spell check is the simplest way around this.
>> >
>> > Vampirefo Spell Check.
>> >
>> > Download it from Major Geeks:
>> > http://www.majorgeeks.com/download.php?det=2952
>> >
>> > Or download it from SnapFile:
>> > http://www.snapfiles.com/get/spelloe.html
>> >
>> > Or you may like TinySpell. (Checks the spelling as you type).
>> >
>> > Download it here:
>> > http://www.tinyspell.m6.net/
>> >
>> > Australian English Spell Check
>> > (Also suitable for other English speaking countries.)
>> > http://www.justlocal.com.au/clients/oespellcheck/
>> >
>> > If you have a previous version of Office, see this:
>> > http://www.outlook-tips.net/archives/2006/20061228.htm
>> > --
>> >
>> > Bruce Hagen
>> > MS-MVP [Mail]
>> > Imperial Beach, CA
>> >
>> >
>> > "Andrew Mac" wrote in message
>> >
>> > > There is a Folder (Spell Checker for OE 2.1) which contains a file
>> > > English.exe. Run this file to correct Spelling Check from French
>> > > to
>> > > English. A computer technician corrected this same problem for
>> > > me in
>> > > about 2 minutes.
>> > >
>> > > "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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