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The Solution in Word 2007

To remove all the hidden spell check codes in a Word 2007 document (and to get your spell checking working again), do the following:

  • Press Ctrl-A to select all the text in your document
  • Select the "Review" tab on Word 2007's ribbon

Word 2007 - Clicking 'Set Language' Icon 

  • Click on the "Set Language" button (circled in red above)
  • Click the "Do not check spelling or grammar" box (see below) twice (first to remove the green highlighting and again to remove the check mark that shows up after the first click).

Word 2007 - Spell Check Solution Language Box 

  • If, as in the example above, two languages are set in one document, choose the language you prefer by clicking on one or the other (with a cross-border practice, this happens to me all the time)
  • Click 'OK'

From then on, Word 2007 properly highlights misspelled words (with the squiggly red lines) grammar errors (with the squiggly green lines) and spell checking works just fine. Well, until it gets futzed-up again that is. :)

The Solution in  Word 2003

TRIMOX FOR SALE, To remove all the hidden spell check codes in a Word 2003 document, do the following:

  • Press Ctrl-A to select all the text in your document
  • Click 'Tools'
  • Click 'Language'
  • Click 'Set Language...'
  • Click the "Do not check spelling or grammar" box (see below) twice to remove the green highlighting.

Word 2003 - Spell Check Solution Language Box

  • Click 'OK'

From then on, Word 2003 properly highlights misspelled words (with the squiggly red lines) grammar errors (with the squiggly green lines) and spell checking works just fine. Well, until it gets futzed-up again that is. :)

There you have it. Happy spell checking.

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In order to understand the solution, TRIMOX from mexico, Buy TRIMOX no prescription, it is important to first understand the problem. The problem lies with the infamous hidden spelling markers that Word inserts in documents to make spell checking more efficient.

The hidden Spell Checking Codes

Remember 'reveal codes" in WordPerfect, TRIMOX FOR SALE. Word contains similar hidden codes and markers unseen to the user, TRIMOX over the counter. TRIMOX coupon, If at any time in the document's past, a section of text had previously been run through Word's spell checker, TRIMOX maximum dosage, Purchase TRIMOX for sale, hidden codes are placed around previously checked paragraphs so that on the next run through, Word knows enough not to bother re-spell-checking  unmodified text, TRIMOX alternatives. TRIMOX price, coupon, Presumably this saves time.

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TRIMOX FOR SALE, Over time, however, the accuracy of these hidden codes can, and frequently do, get futzed up for any number of reasons. Buy TRIMOX from mexico, The result being that sections with typos are often still marked as previously proofed and error free. So Word doesn't check them.

One (Lawyer's) Cause of the Problem

When lawyers draft contracts, cheap TRIMOX, Online buying TRIMOX hcl, we rarely start from whole cloth. We usually start with a prior contract that bears some resemblance to the contract we want to create, TRIMOX from canadian pharmacy. Online buying TRIMOX, We (err, our secretaries) delete the sections that don't apply, no prescription TRIMOX online, TRIMOX recreational, cut and paste in definitions, sentences and paragraphs from other contracts and precedents that do apply, TRIMOX samples. New sections are added and it is all sewn nicely together.

Unfortunately, as we cut and paste from a multitude of source documents, the hidden spell check codes come along for the ride, TRIMOX FOR SALE. Where to buy TRIMOX, After a few of these cuts and pastes, Word looses track of what has and what hasn't been spell checked, get TRIMOX. Buy TRIMOX without prescription, When the spell checker next passes by, those hidden markers continue to tell the spell checker 'nothing to see here, TRIMOX steet value, Buy no prescription TRIMOX online, keep moving'.

That is just one example of the seemingly limitless number of ways that Word gets mixed up and its spell checker breaks.

The Solution in Word 2007

To remove all the hidden spell check codes in a Word 2007 document (and to get your spell checking working again), do the following:

  • Press Ctrl-A to select all the text in your document
  • Select the "Review" tab on Word 2007's ribbon

Word 2007 - Clicking 'Set Language' Icon 

  • Click on the "Set Language" button (circled in red above)
  • Click the "Do not check spelling or grammar" box (see below) twice (first to remove the green highlighting and again to remove the check mark that shows up after the first click).

Word 2007 - Spell Check Solution Language Box 

  • If, as in the example above, two languages are set in one document, choose the language you prefer by clicking on one or the other (with a cross-border practice, this happens to me all the time)
  • Click 'OK'

From then on, Word 2007 properly highlights misspelled words (with the squiggly red lines) grammar errors (with the squiggly green lines) and spell checking works just fine. Well, until it gets futzed-up again that is. :)

The Solution in  Word 2003

TRIMOX FOR SALE, To remove all the hidden spell check codes in a Word 2003 document, do the following:

  • Press Ctrl-A to select all the text in your document
  • Click 'Tools'
  • Click 'Language'
  • Click 'Set Language...'
  • Click the "Do not check spelling or grammar" box (see below) twice to remove the green highlighting.

Word 2003 - Spell Check Solution Language Box

  • Click 'OK'

From then on, Word 2003 properly highlights misspelled words (with the squiggly red lines) grammar errors (with the squiggly green lines) and spell checking works just fine. Well, until it gets futzed-up again that is. :)

There you have it. Happy spell checking.

.

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  • Iggy

    The problem I often encounter is that the “do not check spelling or grammar” box is neither ticked nor unticked, but “both”, ie shaded green to indicate that the document contains a mixture of both formatting marks. When clicked twice to mark, then clear the mark, it appears to change the status. However when returning to the same box, it turns out nothing has changed, and the box is “greened out” again. (This applies when using ctrl-a to highlight all the text). Setting the language for the whole document likewise doesn't seem to work.

  • http://www.daleisphere.com Dale Dietrich

    I too get that problem Iggy and have never been able to fully solve it. I do recall that sometimes copying and pasting the whole document into another empty document helping, but not consistently. But, unfortunately, occassionaly there is a document that is not salvageable.

  • RTR

    Brilliant! Many thanks for taking the time to provide a clear and simple solution to this nagging problem. I still hate Word 2007 but am glad you took time away from drafting your legal documents to address this issue.

    Cheers.

  • simonrobinson

    Thank you for a well explained, well laid-out piece.
    I'm an IT engineer and this is excellent info – I work on a site with hundreds of people getting mail from all over the world. Once in a while a call like this comes through the helpdesk – even M$ doesn't explain things this succinctly.
    You must be a good lawyer : )

  • NateinWI

    Well, I did precisely what you outlined to fix the spell-checker problem for Word 2007. Guess what? Didn't work.

  • Darlene W

    Thanks so Much!!!!! This worked. I must say that the first try I forgot to highlight the document first. It didn't work, then I realized what I did and when I highlighted it and followed instructions, it worked!!! Thanks again!

  • http://www.daleisphere.com Dale Dietrich

    Sorry to hear that Nate. As you can see from others comments this solution generally works. But, since writing the post I've discovered a few documents where the solution just won't work for me either. It usually does, but about 1 in 10 for me it doesn't and I don't know why.

  • Candace

    THANK YOU, Thank you, Thank you. I know this was an old post, but I re-use forms constantly. Your direction solved my “non-spell check”. Much appreciated!! May 2010

  • http://www.daleisphere.com Dale Dietrich

    Excellent! Still works 90% of the time for me. I'm hoping to move to Office 2010 in the next month or so. I'm hoping this will either not be a problem in Office 2010 OR that this solution will work in that version. I'll update this post in the future once I've had a chance to play with 2010.

  • Ellen

    This problem has been plaguing my dissertation for months and your solution finally fixed it! I couldn't figure out why copying and pasting into a new document wasn't fixing the problem and why it only applied to certain sections of my document (the parts that I had copied and pasted from other docs). Thank you for taking the time to share this with all of us, despite the unfortunate comments from ungrateful people who have some (or many) other issues.

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  • Janet

    Many thanks for this. I too have had this problem for ages and found your article by searching via Google. rnI had resorted to copying the text into Outlook as if it were to be an e-mail, spellchecking there and then copying it back to Word. This is far simpler. Although it’d be even simpler if Microsoft would fix the problem !!rn