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Posted on 2006-11-30
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When I use the "send to ... mail recipient as attachment" in Word or Excel, in the body of the message I compose none
of the autocorrect functions work e.g. the first letter if not capitalized is not corrected, and spelling errors go by
without any errors detected or corrected. However, when I compose an email in Outlook all these features are working.
Is there a setting somewhere that needs to be enabled for these features to carry over into a message generated in an
Office app using the send to option mentioned above? I am using Office 2002 SP3.

Thanks,

Kevin
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Greetings, ks157 !

In Word option menu > Spell Checking, make sure the options you want are selected. The send to mail recipient as attachment again.

Best wishes!
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The options I want are checked, but when the email opens with the attached document or spreadsheet and I
start typing in the body of the email message spelling is not checked or corrected.
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Make sure you have selected HTML format, no plain text format.
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It is and was HTML.
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Some functions do not work with Send To attachment.  If you want the autocorrect to work, you need to create a new mail from Outlook and attach the file.
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