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    How to change spell check language in outlook express

    I am facing a problem in Outlook Express on my computer which having installed on Windows XP..... Actually i am facing a problem with it that it is giving me all the spell check for words a wrong even though it is written correct..... I think there is a mistake with the Spell Check dictionary language might have gone changed..... Does anyone know how to change the spell check language in outlook express.....???? Please help...!!

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    Re: How to change spell check language in outlook express

    When you type any thing in Outlook Express go to any of the word which is shown fault & then over there right click on it & look for the Languages In that see what language you are using... In then you can change it to English...! I hope this solve your problem...!

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    Re: How to change spell check language in outlook express

    If you don't have a option over there then download the outlook express in English or download the addition package from internet & then install it. Now check for the above solution...!

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