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Hi, I use Windows 7 and am having a problem with using the Spanish dictionary in Microsoft Outlook.  Once it starts the spell check, I select Mexico in the drop down menu but even though I highlight it, once the menu goes away, it reverts back to English.  How can I make it stay in Spanish mode?
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and do you have spanish installed? like profilling language? do you have tick with ABC next to Shanish language?
try to go to Start (I mean windows start)>All programs>Microsoft Office>Microsoft Office Tools>Microsoft Office LAnguage preferencies and check installed languages

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My window looks like yours.  Spanish is installed but I have to hit a button "add dictionary" on the right and it changes it to Spanish but after a few words, it reverts back to English on its own.
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Many thanks
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