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Spell Check

I run XP with Outlook Express, Its new to me, but can't get the spell check to work. Version 2002 Home Edition. Any suggestions. Thanks

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Re:Spell Check

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spell check won't work unless you have a recent enough version of a Microsoft Office application that includes spell check. i believe Office 2000 applications are the oldest ones that work.

Herb...

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SPELL CHECK INOPERATIVE IN NEW XP HOME

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Why doesn't Spell check come on in my toolbar with a brand new computer and new OS of XP Home? How do I install it or get it to funcion? Thank you, Bill

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Re: SPELL CHECK INOPERATIVE IN NEW XP HOME

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One better

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You can not only improve your system's overall security, but help deal with spam more effectively, all while gaining a spellcheck program for your email client. And not just any spellcheck, but an inline spellcheck, so it's checking as you type, not just if you remember before you send the message.

The catch is, you have to stop using Outlook Express and move to Mozilla Thunderbird. All you mail and account settings should be picked up automatically the first time you run Thunderbird, so it should be pretty painless. It's also as I said, your system's overall security improves, you get better spam management tools, and an inline spellcheck. It's a win-win all around for you. Switching to Mozilla Firefox from Internet Explorer only makes things better, by further improving your system's security.

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