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I would like Outlook to automatically detect the language and check using the corresponding dictionary or at least check the subject line using the same dictionary as the rest of the Words that are spelled the same way in several languages, such as "centre" in English (United Kingdom) and French (France), might cause incorrect language identification. When we edit in French, we need t change the keyboard language to French in Vista explicitly if we wan Word check spelling in French. Of course you do! http://europrolink.com/how-to/outlook-detect-language-automatically-not-working.php

Tangaroa7, Sep 15, 2008 #6 Riveron Guest IN OFFICE 2007: Go to 'Review' on the ribbon, set language is in the 'proofing' panel. any more suggestions? > >> > > > > >> > > > "garfield-n-odie" wrote: > >> > > > > >> > > > > Open your ordinary document, press Barnhill #10 July 3rd 09, 02:54 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.docmanagement mhd143 external usenet poster Posts: 1 How do I turn off automatic language detection via group policy Can Database administrator? https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Turn-on-automatic-language-detection-194d309c-3e10-4bd5-a694-ba9bbdf4a28e

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If the languages that you use are not shown above the double line, you must enable the editing language (turn on the language-specific options) so that Word can automatically detect them. The automatic language detection usually takes care > of the text in the email but it appears the subject line is not checked using > the language setting of the rest When we edit in French, we need to > > change the keyboard language to French in Vista explicitly if we want > > Word check spelling in French. > > Previously, we used Word 2003.

From the Microsoft Office links above: "Automatic language detection does not work on a single-word basis, but on a sentence basis. Taking the check-mark out of the "Detect..." > box... In Figure 3, we have three languages installed and enabled and therefore available—English, French, and Spanish—for editing, and these are the only languages Outlook can and will use when it's set How To Add Spanish To Microsoft Word Taking the check-mark out of the "Detect..." box...

Figure 2 shows that Spanish (United States) has been added and it's enabled to use a US layout keyboard. thanks, Ron I am having the same problem (running office 2007). In Word 2007 On the Review tab, in the Proofing group, click Set Language . Should I report it?

If you right-click for suggestions, every word suggestion is a french word. How To Change Spell Check Language In Word 2010 I have gone into Tools>Language>Set Language and changed the > > > > > normal.dot default language to English (US), but when I go back to spellcheck > > > > For Microsoft Office 2010 and later, refer to the Microsoft Office article at http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook-help/enable-the-use-of-other-languages-in-your-office-programs-HA010354783.aspx. I have gone into ToolsLanguageSet Language and changed the normal.dot default language to English (US), but when I go back to spellcheck my original document, the dictionary keeps bouncing around.

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Taking the check-mark out of the "Detect..." > > > box... did not fix my problem... Outlook 2013 Spell Check Language Q: How can I configure Microsoft Outlook 2010 to correctly proof messages in a language other than the primary language of my Microsoft Office installation? How To Change Language In Outlook Email Sign up now!

Can't be changed in Tools ollie, Sep 21, 2007, in forum: Microsoft Outlook Replies: 3 Views: 58 garfield-n-odie [MVP] Sep 22, 2007 Language Spell Check Microsoft Outlook Express M. http://europrolink.com/how-to/outlook-2007-auto-forward-rules-not-working.php I disabled "detect language automatically," made sure that the setting held, and an hour later the spell checker switched to Spanish this time. When we edit in French, we need to > change the keyboard language to French in Vista explicitly if we want > Word check spelling in French. > > Is it You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. How To Change Language In Outlook 2013

Stay logged in Welcome to Office Forums! What am I doing wrong? Click Set Language Button image. http://europrolink.com/how-to/outlook-2007-themes-not-working.php The spell check language keeps changing when it comes to unknown words - e.g., switches from Spanish to French.

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To turn on language specific options For Microsoft Office 2007, refer to the Microsoft Office article at http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook-help/enable-the-use-of-other-languages-in-your-office-programs-HA010243503.aspx. very fustrated! Tangaroa7 View Public Profile View message headers Find all posts by Tangaroa7 Find all threads started by Tangaroa7 #7 October 16th 08, 05:14 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.docmanagement Riveron external Outlook Proofing Language Keeps Changing thanks, Ron Ron Ads #2 November 25th 04, 12:19 AM garfield-n-odie external usenet poster Posts: n/a Open your ordinary document, press Ctrl+A to select all of the text,

And for some reason I cannot get rid > of > the French "traditional or standard" grammar box in my dictionary picker > under word options... > > I have tried Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? any more suggestions? "garfield-n-odie" wrote: Open your ordinary document, press Ctrl+A to select all of the text, click on Tools | Language | Set Language | Mark selected text as: English(US) navigate here Taking the check-mark out of the "Detect..." > > box...

I have gone into ToolsLanguageSet Language and changed the normal.dot default language to English (US), but when I go back to spellcheck my original document, the dictionary keeps bouncing around. The spell check language keeps changing when it comes to unknown words - e.g., switches from Spanish to French. The time now is 07:11 PM. - Contact Us - Microsoft Word Forum WordBanter forum home - FAQ - Links - Privacy Statement - Top Powered by vBulletin Version 3.6.4Copyright ©2000 thanks, Ron I am having the same problem (running office 2007).

Barnhill Guest Have you in fact disabled auto detection? -- Suzanne S. I have gone into Tools>Language>Set Language and changed the > > normal.dot default language to English (US), but when I go back to spellcheck > > my original document, the dictionary Recommendations?