How to add new words to spell check dictionary in Word?
If you typing a word that the spell check function does not recognize in MS Word, such as , there will be a red underline showing under the word. It is annoying to see so many red underline words display on the document. Adding such special words into the spell check dictionary is a good way for you to avoid spell check marks them with red underlines. The following article will show you how to add new words to spell check dictionary in Word.
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Step 1. Open a Word document, and click File(Office button in Word 2007) > Options > Proofing > Custom Dictionaries. See screenshot:
Step 2. When the Custom Dictionaries dialog pops up, click Edit Word List. Then type the word you want to add into Word(s) text box. See screenshot:
Step 3. Click Add button to add the word into the Dictionary section. You can continue to add other words one by one in this dialog. See screenshot:
Step 4. Click OK in each dialog to finish the adding.
The above method may be some troublesome for you, if you are editing a Word document, you can easily add new words by right-clicking.
Click (or select) the word with red underline, and then right click on it to select the Add to Dictionary from the right-clicking menu. See screenshot:
Then the word is added to the check spell dictionary.
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