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"The spelling check is complete" box pops up and wont close.

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I create or edit an email and "The spelling check is complete" box pops up and when i click OK it pops up again. I have tried clicking ok multiple times but that doesnt work. I restart the computer and it eventually comes back. I checked the options in outlook and couldnt find anything about automatic spell checkers except for the autocorrection feature, but that doesnt seem to be the problem.
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Tried reinstalling the software as well.
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