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When using Outlook 2007 Spell Check Starts Up and Ends slowly?

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I have been using Outlook 2007 for months now with no problems however in the last few days when I click 'send' and the Spell Check automatically opens it seems to take much longer than normal to open? Once spell check is running it checks through the email at normal speed but once finished checking it again seems much slower than normal to close spell check before allowing the email to send.  I use word 2007 and windows7.  Any ideas what I can try to speed it up as although not stopping me working its frustrating when I send so many emails a day. Kind regards, Louise
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