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how to have outlook avoid checking spelling for the same word twice

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Outlook checks for the same word again and again.. how can we avoid that? is there a setting to ask it to check for a word only once?
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Do you mean with in one email, or forever?

In an email you should be able to select Ignore Once to ignore it one time and continue checking, or Ignore for it to ignore that word throughout the document.

You can also add the word to your dictionary to ignore that word forever.
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helped me - thanks.
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