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How to check spelling before sending emails in Outlook?

In some times, when composing an email in a hurry, you may make a wrong spelling in words and send it without spelling check in Outlook. If there is a method to check spelling before sending emails.

Check spelling before sending

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Check spelling before sending

Here is an option can auto check spelling in words before sending messages.

1. Click File > Options. See screenshot:
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2. In the Outlook Options dialog, click Mail from left pane, and go to the Compose messages section, check Always check spelling before sending checkbox.
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3. Click OK. Now if there are some wrong spelling in your message, after clicking Send button, it will display a dialog to show you the wrong spelling, then you can ignore or change them.
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