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The spell check feature in Office isn’t just for research papers and essays. Use it to catch mistakes in your foreign language homework too! Don’t lose points on your vocabulary exercises or compositions because you forgot to include an accent mark or misspelled the plural form of a vocabulary word. Choose a dictionary language for selected text (or for an entire document), and fix those awkward spelling errors fast.
Every language version of Office 2010 includes proofing tools, such as dictionaries and grammar rules, for more than one language. To use the correct dictionary for spelling checks, you need to identify the language of the text (also known as the “proofing language”). If you don't set the language of text, words in a different language may be misidentified as misspelled or ungrammatical because the spelling checker is using the wrong dictionary.
To choose the proofing language for text and check your spelling in a Word document, do the following:
1. Select the text that you want to spell check with a different language dictionary.2. On the Review tab, in the Language group, click Language, and the click Set Proofing Language.
3. In the Language dialog box, select the language that you want to use for the dictionary and other proofing tools.
The Spelling & Grammar icon next to the language means that proofing tools are installed for that language. If your version of Microsoft Office doesn’t include proofing tools for the language you are using, you may need to install a Microsoft Office language pack.
4. Complete steps 1-3 for each section of text that is in a different language.5. On the Review tab, click Spelling & Grammar.
The example above was for Word documents, but you can check spelling in other languages in other Office 2010 applications and in Word for Mac 2011.
Think this tip might help you score more points on your next foreign language assignment? Leave a comment and let me know what you think. ¡Buena suerte!
Today's blog post is brought to you by Tami Amador. Tami is a writer for the Office in Education team.
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