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Deploy custom dictionary for office 2013

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Hi,

we want to deploy custom dictionary for Microsoft office  2013 using Group Policy.
I did for office 2007/2010 using GPO and  is working fine but this is not working for office 2013, because in register entries are creating based on user profile.  
please check and  give the suggestions.
Thanks  in advance.

Regards,
Rajesh
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The CUSTOM.DIC file is in C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\UProof unless you are using roaming profiles.  You should be able to simply copy it there as part of a login script; though, the file would need to be in a publicly available location.
It was the same in Office 2010.
Do you get an error message?
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My answer is correct; but, yet again, with no feedback, how can we ever know if it worked for him?
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It is the correct answer
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