Why do some AutoCorrect Lists (.acl) have Chinese characters/weird characters/special characters in the name?
- Users on our network use Microsoft 2007
- weird .acl filenames are being found within the network shares and user's personal directories
- Not all .acl filenames have weird characters in them (i.e. MSO1033.acl)
- Checked the following Microsoft Word settings on a user's workstation:
Ribbon --> Word Options --> Popular --> Language Settings:
Enabled editing Languages = English (US)
Primary editing Languages = English (US)
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