RE: Outlook 2007 Spell Check Problem

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Is there no one else experiencing this situation? I am totally stumped by it
and could really use some help.

"The Edge" wrote:

> I have the Outlook settings set to "Ignore original text in reply or
> forward." but every time spell check runs it checks the whole message body
> instead of just the new parts. I have run a repair of Outlook, uninstalled &
> re-installed but the situation still remains.
>
> I am running Office Pro 2007 w/SP1 & Vista Ultimate 64-bit w/SP1 & SP2. I
> have the same installation running on another desktop and a 32-bit
> installation running on a notebook and both work correctly. I can't spot any
> differences between the 3 installs but I would assume that there is something
> in the registry that is not getting switched properly in the problem desktop
> install.
>
> Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
>

 
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John Zelno

I'm also experiencing this problem, but have not had the time to look into it. I do have some macros that run whenever I reply or forward a message. I'm wondering if that has something to do with the spell checker not recognizing where in the reply to quit checking. I've also not gotten around to disabling those macros to test this theory. Do you, by any chance, have macros for reply/forward?.

 
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Hi John,

Interesting to at least hear someone else is experiencing athe same
situation. I have no macros running but do run a number of third party
add-ins. I am just about to switch everything over to Windows 7 (32-bit &
64-bit) and will do so by clean installs. I hope that will solve the
situation as a clean Vista install probably would have. Thanks for response.

"John Zelno" wrote:

> I'm also experiencing this problem, but have not had the time to look into it. I do have some macros that run whenever I reply or forward a message. I'm wondering if that has something to do with the spell checker not recognizing where in the reply to quit checking. I've also not gotten around to disabling those macros to test this theory. Do you, by any chance, have macros for reply/forward?.
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