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14-Jul-2007, 05:01 AM #1
how to install proofing tools in Italian?
Dear Friends,
I have installed on my laptop Microsoft office 2003 in English. (I bought the laptop in USA) But in addition to an English dictionary I need also an Italian proofing toll to check the spelling and grammar of what I write in Italian every now and then. I do have Microsoft Office in Italian too, the CD I mean, but either one does not have the other dictionary. I need them both and possibly leaving the English version of M. Office.
Could anyone help me transferring one dictionary (the Italian) on the the computer without installing to versions of M. Office?
Thanks a lot!
Tommy
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14-Jul-2007, 08:22 AM #2
Try this:

http://www.spellcheckanywhere.com/ho...ge/italian.asp

It looks a lot easier than other things.
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14-Jul-2007, 12:03 PM #3
Thank a lot!
Thank you very much.
But do you know about any free version? That is a 7 day trial and then...
I know I could buy something from Microsoft too, but having already the two programs I wanted to save a little.
But that is the only good resource, then I will try.
Tommy
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