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Is there a way to get the spell checker in outlook 2003 to bypass the signature?
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Hi steveLaMi,
Easy way is to include what ever word it does not like in your dictionary.

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by:war1
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Greetings, steveLaMi !

There is no way natively in Outlook to bypass the signature in spell check. But you can add the words that spell check is finding wrong in signature. Then spell check will not identify anything wrong in signature.

Best wishes!
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