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Deleting Words from Word 7.0 Dictionary

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An end user wants to delete a correctly spelled word in the dictionary that comes with Word 7.0.  How does one do this?  Keep in mind that this is for the prepackaged dictionary not the custom dictionary.
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I don't think you can delete words from Word 7.0's prepackaged dictionnary.
However, there is a simple way of obtaining the effect you desire : you must create an "Exclusion dictionnary", which will contain the words you want the prepackaged dictionnary to "forget".

The exact procedure to do it is included in Word 7.0's help files, just do an intuitive search on "dictionnary" to find the corresponding pages...
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