Learn PowerPoint 2010: Add and Remove Proofing Dictionaries for Foreign Languages

Created: Wednesday, February 1, 2012, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:45 am



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Microsoft Office programs such as PowerPoint include proofing tools (spelling dictionaries, thesauri, and grammar rules) for more than one language. To proof text in a foreign language, you need to install and enable proofing tools for the language you require. When these tools are installed, you can tell PowerPoint if a particular text placeholder or text box needs to be proofed as a foreign language — we will cover the actual process of proofing in a foreign language later in a subsequent tutorial. First, you need to learn how you can ascertain which proofing tools are installed on your computer, and how you can add proofing tools for languages besides English within PowerPoint.

Learn how to add and remove proofing dictionaries for foreign languages in PowerPoint 2010.

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