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Dictionaries for Microsoft Word

 
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These collection of six dictionaries are intended to be added to your existing dictionary located in your Proof folder.

Ace.Delos.com - Dictionary 0.2MB, contrib.andrew.cmu.edu_BoggleDictionary 0.7MB, cse.msu.edu_Dictionary 0.35MB
cse.yorku.ca_d2-wordfreq 0.9MB, itu.dk_eng_small - Small English Dictionary for Win 0.35MB, voidspace.org.uk 0.2MB


First you need to put your dics inyour Application Data for instanceC:Documents and SettingsMasterApplication DataMicrosoftProof folder. Then you should click on Microsoft Word icon, go to Tools > Options > Spelling and Grammar >Customs Dictionaries and on the right side button > Add. The Dictionaries will be added to the List.

If you are not name Master then you should find it under your name Olaf, John, Henry etc.

Important:

Something I've forgotten - Don't forget to change a Character Encoding of the dics to Unicode. Thanks for reminding me Cue.

How to hange a Character Encoding of the dics to Unicode - In case you don't know how to do it

Open your Dictionary, Click on File > Save as yo have three bars named File name - don't change the name of Dictionary, Save as type (leave it as it is), and Encoding Change it if it is ANSI or other value in the field by clicking on the arrow which is faced downward. Choose the value to Unicode. If asks you to replace existing Dictionary with new one - confirm it YES.


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