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Modify Custom Dictionaries of MS Word

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One of MS Word strength is the capability to spell-check documents. Aside from built-in spell-check, you can also add custom entries on the dictionary. Usually we add an entry by right+clicking the word with red curl line and selecting "Add dictionary" from the context menu.

If you want to edit the custom dictionary to add multiple entries, edit or delete existing, follow these steps.

Word 2007

1. Click the Office button and then click Word Options.
2. On the Word Options dialog box click Proofing then lick the Custom Dictionaries button.
3. In the list of dictionaries, you can select the one you want to edit or delete or add new one.

Word 2003
1. Go to Tools Menu then click Options.
2. On the options dialog box, Select the "Spelling & Grammar" tab.
3. Click the "Custom Dictionaries" button.
4. In the list of dictionaries, you can select the one you want to edit or delete or add new one.

Older versions
1. Go to Tools Menu then click Options.
2. On the options dialog box, Select the "Spelling & Grammar" tab.
3. Click the "Dictionaries" button.
4. In the list of dictionaries, you can select the one you want to edit or delete or add new one.

Modify Custom Dictionaries of MS Word

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