Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Steps To Check If Your Outlook Spell Check Is Working

Microsoft Outlook is one of the most widely used email applications and also has many advanced features such as calendar, note making, task manager, etc. These help the users to schedule and organize their important dates and events. The spell-check feature is always available in Outlook while sending an email as it helps the users to compose the emails correctly. The user can turn off the spell checker for text, which is handy if the person is sure that the content is correct and not something that the user wants Outlook to examine during a spell check. You can always check if this feature is turned on or, if you have already reviewed the text for errors and corrected or ignored all the potential mistakes. These issues occur, if the spell-check feature in Outlook does not work. It is always advised to check the spelling before sending an email and it may require additional corrections.

You can follow the below-mentioned instructions if the spell-check in Outlook not working before seeking assistance from the Outlook support:
  • In the first step, click the small arrow that you would find beneath the Spelling button in the Messages ribbon.
  • In the next step, select the option Set Languages in the drop-down menu that would appear there. Once you have selected the required option, it is advised to check the feature Do not check spelling or grammar. Always make sure to select this feature.
  • Now, in the upper left corner of Outlook you would find the Microsoft Office button. Select this button. At any point of time, you can contact the Outlook support if you are having error messages such as spell-check turned off, Outlook not working or some start up issues etc.
  • In the next step, make sure that you select the Editor Options, which is present in the lower corner of the drop-down menu.
  • In the final step, go to the Editor Options, click Proofing in the dialogue box, and select the Recheck E-mail button that you would find there.
  • Now after completing the whole procedure, again click Spelling and Grammar, the Microsoft Outlook would review the words as if they were brand new.
Hence, this set of simple instructions would help you to check if the spell-check option in Microsoft Outlook has been turned off or not. However, if you have any other issues, feel free to contact our technical support team.

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