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Outlook 2003 SP2 When email arrives from a US sender the Spell checker in Outlook is not using UK spell check but retains US dictionary?

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Outlook 2003 SP2. When email arrives from a US sender the Spell checker in Outlook is not using UK spell check but retains US dictionary?
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Frankco earned 200 total points
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Hi FOSnet,

Open Word and select Tools ~ Language ~ Set Language ~ Select English UK and click Default.

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frankco


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