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Anyone know where I can find a database of words in the English language? Any help would be greatly appreciated..

Actually, I think what I'm looking for would be an English word list. It doesn't have to be in a database, I can always put it in there myself.

Thanks!

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Basically you should be able to use the dictionary Office delivers and that can be used pressing F7 to check. (Same as under MS Word).

For instant translation just try www.babylon.com


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by:fouchev
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I know alot of hacker sites have those, they not always the most updated.  Also you could browse around this site
www.dictionary.com, maybe they can supply you a list.

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