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Outlook 2010 is auto searching for language tips

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Outlook 2010

Have a user who claims Outlook is auto searching for language tips.

Does anyone know how to turn that off?

thanks in advance.
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Question by:losgadas
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Detect languages in Word or Outlook
Open a new document or email message.
On the Review tab, in the Language group, click Language.
Click Set Proofing Language.
In the Language dialog box, select the Detect language automatically check box.
Review the languages shown above the double line in the Mark selected text as list. Office can only detect those languages listed above the double line. If the languages that you use are not shown above the double line, you must enable the editing language (turn on the language-specific options) to have Office automatically detect them.

You need to check these settings and then turn off this language-specific option.
Check the below link for more options.
 

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook-help/turn-on-automatic-language-options-HA010354274.aspx
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Is there a way to turn off tips entirely in any language?
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check these settings in outlook once.
mail-proofing.docx
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thank you!
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