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Need MS office help

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as in you want to integrate that dictionary into another program - or do you just want to look up words and thesaurus and stuff?

If the latter, id suggest just using an online dictionary/thesaurus, like m-w.com (merriam-webster site)
 
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I think they are stored in *.DIC files for Office. Easiest way would probably to get the dictionaries from a open-source project like Openoffice.org or something like that.
 

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chaos945 said:
I think they are stored in *.DIC files for Office. Easiest way would probably to get the dictionaries from a open-source project like Openoffice.org or something like that.
Thanks for the post!! I found a .dic on that openoffice site. now if I could only get the ieSpell to work right I would be set!
 

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