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Anonymous
July 3, 2004 9:04:02 PM

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Why is dictionary needed to be install? When there is one in wordperfect?

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July 4, 2004 12:09:26 AM

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WordPerfect is not a Microsoft product..

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Anonymous
July 4, 2004 2:27:38 AM

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Bill G. got you ...
You need his Word


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Anonymous
July 4, 2004 3:58:36 AM

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"marymitch" <marymitch@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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| Why is dictionary needed to be install? When there is one in wordperfect?

I use this one on my machines with Word Perfect. Works very well.

http://www.geocities.com/vampirefo/

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Anonymous
July 4, 2004 3:24:16 PM

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Greetings --

Outlook Express, as you've discovered, has no spell-checking
capabilities of its own. Instead, it is specifically designed to rely
upon the presence of other Microsoft applications, such as the Office
Suite, Word, or the Works _Suite_ (which includes Word, not the
regular Works). Corel's WordPerfect's spell-checker is not
compatible. There are some 3rd-party shareware/freeware solutions
available at any of the many shareware sites on the Internet.

Spell Magic seems well thought-of, though I haven't tried it myself:
http://www.alcodasoftware.com/spell-magic.htm.


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wordperfect?
July 6, 2004 2:49:34 PM

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If you are talking about the email program, Outlook Express, it does not
come with a spell checker. As you found out, the one in WordPerfect is not
compatible. What you need is a 32-bit spell checker such as the one in
Microsoft Word. There are also free spell checkers that will work. Do a
Google search to find one.

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