Configure Spelling And Grammar Settings In Word 2007

Word does a wonderful job of checking the spelling and grammar in documents. This helps to ensure that the documents we create in Word have as few spelling and grammatical errors as possible. You can focus on content and not worry so much about proofing.

You can customize the grammar and spelling rules that you want Word to enforce. For example, you can configure Word to monitor your documents for things such as wordiness and sentence length. By default, Word is configured to enforce certain grammar rules. You can enable additional or disable some of the defaults using the steps described below.

  1. Within Word, click the Microsoft Office Button and the click Word Options.
  2. Click Proofing from the Word Options dialog box.
  3. Choose the spelling and grammar rules that you want Word to enforce.

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