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Is there a quick way to add the GAL names to the spell check Dictionary or do you have to add manually? Or is it a setting that must be done at the exchange level if so how?

PC Running office 2010
OS: Win7 x64

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You will have to edit these files manually.  The name of the file is Custom.DIC and should be located at: C:\Users\%UserName%\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\UProof.  Another option is to create a master Custom.dic file and create a GPO to push it down to users.
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