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Is there any way of determining what the full path is for the custom dictionary selected in MS Word?
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It is in the registry:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Shared Tools\Proofing Tools\Custom Dictionaries
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by:mutrus
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I found that I can extract the path out of Word itself by using:

Set myCustomDic =Application.CustomDictionaries.ActiveCustomDictionary
MsgBox myCustDic.Path & Application.PathSeparator & myCustDic.Name


Points are yours for first responding

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