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Deleting suggested words from Outlook


Macnut

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I am using Windows 7 with MS Outlook 2010 Whwn I type a single letter often a suggested word appears - e.g. my Email address. If this was typed incorrectly in the first place & so the suggested word is wrong - can I delete it from the computer?

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Terry Brown

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If outlook 2010 is like outlook 2003, simply go to the spellcheck in the office program and change or delete.

Sorry as I do do not use Outlook 2010, I do not know where it is situated.

Suggest - open the office program - Help- enter spellcheck.

Terry

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Nontek

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I don't use Outlook but, I would think that if you delete your Account from within Outlook (I guess Tools>Accounts) and then re-enter it correctly spelled, this would do the trick.

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pinkvenom

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Hi try downloading this free tool it should help.

http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/outlooknk2edit.html

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buteman

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Spam from pinkvenom.

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pinkvenom

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Its not spam its a tool I have myself used thanks

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