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    Spell Check 'constant':Excel, Word, Outlook (SP1, winnt sp6, office 200)

    <P ID="edit" class=small>(Edited by P O'Rourke on 04-Jul-03 12:34. )</P>Happy 4th of July <img src=/S/flags/USA.gif border=0 alt=USA width=30 height=18> - have a great long weekend! Since the lounge search is down hope someone can help me with this. A user keeps getting the message "Spelling and grammar is complete" popping up on her screen in Outlook, Word and Excel, even though she is not asking it to do a spell or grammar check. She is not using Word as her e-mail editor. I couldn't come up with anything via a google search. Is it possible this may be a virus? TIA,
    Edited to add: we are a large network and use NAV Full version 8.00.9374; 7/3/02 rev 16.
    Patricia

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    Re: Spell Check 'constant':Excel, Word, Outlook (SP1, winnt sp6, office 20

    In Outlook 2000, spell checking doesn't depend on Word as an email editor. Tools-->Options-->Spelling contains the spell check settings. Outlook automatically checks my messages before they are sent and only pops up a dialog if it finds a spelling problem. Has she changed dictionaries lately? I'm assuming this is a new phenomenon and that it wasn't doing this before. Can you confirm that?
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    Re: Spell Check 'constant':Excel, Word, Outlook (SP1, winnt sp6, office 20

    Thanks for the response, Charlotte. Yes, it's a new phenomenon. And no, she hasn't changed dictionaries recently. We're going to redo her profile and see if that fixes it. But I am puzzled as to why this would occur.
    Patricia

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