Please assist to enable spelling auto correct option in outlook,

Tried doing it in mail settings, but it has been disabled by default

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I can't help you directly, but here's a link to Microsoft's Outlook support page:


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You can press F7 and than open a pop-up and you can reform it. Want to enable spelling auto correct, please follow instructions given link : http://office.microsoft.com/en-001/outlook-help/autocorrect-spelling-and...




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I’m not sure about Outlook 2013 (I assume that’s what you meant instead of 2014), but in 2010 and 2007, it won’t check your spelling as you type unless you also have Word installed from the same suite. There are some workarounds if you are using different suites, Outlook 2013 and Office 2013 for example. If that is your situation, let me know and I’ll help with that. There is still a spell checker in Outlook, but you have to click F7 and go to it manually. 




Oops, for my example of different suites I meant Outlook 2010 and Office 2013. In any case, my point remains the same, and there is a work around for different suites, it just takes a little more effort. 

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