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    Spell check (2000)

    Hi,

    I have problem with spell check when I open email attachment. When I save email attachments from email, the spell check is not working. I have to copy and paste to a new word sheet, then I can use spell check. I have checked the setting of spell check, everything looks fine. I tested the file is not a problem, I send the same file to different user, they all can use spelling check on that file. This problem applies all word attachment that I received.

    If anybody knows what the reason to cause it is, I really appreciate.


    Regards

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    Re: Spell check (2000)

    Are all of the files from the same person?

    Have you tried emailing yourself a file clean file of yours?

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    Re: Spell check (2000)

    Yes. All of the files from the same person, and I tried email myself a file clean of my.

    Please help!!!

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    Re: Spell check (2000)

    > and I tried email myself a file clean of my.

    What was the result?

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    Re: Spell check (2000)

    I don't have any problem, but the user does.

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    Re: Spell check (2000)

    This is confusing. First, you wrote you couldn't check spelling, but other users could. Now, it's the reverse.

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