How to spell-check Outlook 2007 Calendar entries

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Is there a way that I can spell-check (and correct misspellings) of Outlook

2007 Calendar entries?

I discovered that there are multiple misspellings (some in single

appointments, many in recurring events/appointments) and am finding it

tredious to find each misspelling.

Surely there must be a way similar to spell-cchecking an email or other

document type!
 
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Roady [MVP]

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There is a Spelling button on the first tab. F7 launches the proofing tools

too. Additionally, misspelled words are red underlined as well.

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"USAOz" <USAOz> wrote in message

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> Is there a way that I can spell-check (and correct misspellings) of
> Outlook
> 2007 Calendar entries?

> I discovered that there are multiple misspellings (some in single
> appointments, many in recurring events/appointments) and am finding it
> tredious to find each misspelling.

> Surely there must be a way similar to spell-cchecking an email or other
> document type!
 
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VVNBT3o

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OK - sounds good in theory but in practice :(

What Tab? F7 activates NOTHING! I can't find proofing tools under ANY tab

or drop down menu! Am I missing something here or just being my usual stupid

self?

Are you sure we are on the same page here? I'm talking about using the

Calendar within Microsoft Office (Enterprise Edition) - Outlook 2007 and want

to correct spelling errors within the Calendar.

Thanks for the prompt response to my original question. Hopefully you can

point me in the right direction.

"Roady [MVP]" wrote:


> There is a Spelling button on the first tab. F7 launches the proofing tools
> too. Additionally, misspelled words are red underlined as well.

> >

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> "USAOz" <USAOz> wrote in message
> news:65005282-EFCD-4E06-AA03-036C88FB498B@microsoft.com...
> > Is there a way that I can spell-check (and correct misspellings) of
> > Outlook
> > 2007 Calendar entries?
> > I discovered that there are multiple misspellings (some in single
> > appointments, many in recurring events/appointments) and am finding it
> > tredious to find each misspelling.
> > Surely there must be a way similar to spell-cchecking an email or other
> > document type!


>
 
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Roady [MVP]

#4
Did you double click the calendar item already to open it? Then it is on the

default selected tab in the Ribbon called "Appointment". The Proofing

section is on the right within that tab.

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"USAOz" <USAOz> wrote in message

news:C8514587-5CCB-4206-A144-FCB4AC3DBF85@microsoft.com...
> OK - sounds good in theory but in practice :(

> What Tab? F7 activates NOTHING! I can't find proofing tools under ANY
> tab
> or drop down menu! Am I missing something here or just being my usual
> stupid
> self?

> Are you sure we are on the same page here? I'm talking about using the
> Calendar within Microsoft Office (Enterprise Edition) - Outlook 2007 and
> want
> to correct spelling errors within the Calendar.

> Thanks for the prompt response to my original question. Hopefully you can
> point me in the right direction.

> "Roady [MVP]" wrote:
>
> > There is a Spelling button on the first tab. F7 launches the proofing
> > tools
> > too. Additionally, misspelled words are red underlined as well.
>

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>> "USAOz" <USAOz> wrote in message
> > news:65005282-EFCD-4E06-AA03-036C88FB498B@microsoft.com...
> > > Is there a way that I can spell-check (and correct misspellings) of
> > > Outlook
> > > 2007 Calendar entries?
> >> > I discovered that there are multiple misspellings (some in single
> > > appointments, many in recurring events/appointments) and am finding it
> > > tredious to find each misspelling.
> >> > Surely there must be a way similar to spell-cchecking an email or other
> > > document type!

>

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