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silverdepot

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Hope someone can help. I have a friend that is writing a simple letter in word. Everytime he tries to use spell check he gets a message that there isn't enough memory to use spell check. He has a 733 Mhz, I believe at least 128 sdram, about 98% of his harddrive is free, he is running at 83% performance. He doesn't download, he hasn't got graphics or other type of pictures loading up the harddrive. When he is online (aol.) he uses spell check in his e-mails, and it functions fine. Can anyone assist me on how to get spell check to work. Also, I have a new e-mail address to respond to. I haven't figured out how to edit my profile. The current e-mail address is: [email protected]
Thank you,
Judy Webb
 

Anne Troy

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Judy, you should immediately edit your question and put something like:

[email protected]@comcast.net

That way, if someone wants to email you, they'll figure out your real email, but the softwares that search the web for email strings so they can spam you won't recognize it. :)

Anyway:

Clean the pc:

www.theofficeexperts.com/cleanyourpc.htm

and then do Word troubleshooting:

www.theofficeexperts.com/word.htm

That should take care of it.

And of course, AOL is one application and Word is another. They have nothing to do with one another.
 

silverdepot

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Thank you for the help. In deed I found the error message. I'll try to follow the instructions closely. Quite often it is Murphy's law over here. The last resort will be the registry.
Thanks again.
Judy Webb
 
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