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Spell checking options in Windows Mail: enable or disable spelling checks

Windows Mail comes with built-in spell checking features; the spellchecker can be enabled or disabled as you want, and you can configure the spellchecker to be silent until the point when you are ready to actually send an email message. Microsoft also lets you customize the language for which you are going to check the spelling, and customize into details which words should be checked or ignored. In this tutorial, we will explain how you can customize the spell checking options in Windows Mail.

Configure the spellchecker in Windows Mail

Follow these steps to access and customize the spell checking settings and options in Windows Mail:

These are all the options Windows Mail offers for checking the spelling of your messages; regardless of what you just configured, the new email window (what you see when you compose new emails, reply to an email, or forward an email) actually includes in its own spelling button so you can run the spellchecker even if you have disabled it by default.

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