Learn PowerPoint 2010: Disable, Enable, and Set the Default Custom Dictionary

Created: Wednesday, January 4, 2012, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:45 am



Any custom dictionary that you create within PowerPoint or any other Microsoft Office program is used by all the Office applications installed on your computer. Also, if any changes are made to the list of words within a custom dictionary, it will be reflected within the spell check tools of all Office applications. Each logged-in user has a default custom dictionary called CUSTOM.dic, and this is stored in a separate folder for each local user.

Learn how disable, enable, and set the default custom dictionary in PowerPoint 2010.

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