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hi , does anyone of u have problem with neo office ? my neo office can't seem to auto spell check for my word document.. i did checked on the auto spellcheck button on the taskbar, but it just won't do the auto spellcheck. anyone noe how to solve it ?
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i did reinstall and installed all the new patches, but it is till the same. it can't do auto spellcheck. can anyone pls show me the light ?
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Are you sure you clicked the 'Auto Spell Check' and not the 'Spell Check' Button?
Other than that the Open Office forum should be able to help
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You need to go into the options and make sure that you are using a language option that has the spell check for it.
Here's what you do.
Open NeoOffice, Click on the neooffice on the top of the screen, click on preferences.
Click language settings to get the drop down menu, select languages, then on this screen go to Western Default. And in this drop down menu select your language or form of english and beside certain ones there is a spell check symboll. Those are the ones that have the spell check option, if you choose one without it, spell check will not work.
So if you chose Canada English on the install you will get the options for that, which does not include spell check, but USA english which is pretty close except for a few different spellings you will get a spell check.

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