Auto spell check can be a very useful feature as it can highlight all the spelling mistakes in an email so that you can correct them. In this post, we will see how to change the spellchecking language in Outlook on the Web. By default, the spellchecking language is set to English. However, if you write emails in your native language (other than English), you can enable the spellcheck feature in the Outlook settings and save yourself time in proofreading.
How to change Spell Check language in Outlook
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Follow the below-listed steps to change spellchecking in Outlook on the web.
- Log into your Microsoft Outlook account on your web browser and click on Settings.
- Scroll down and click “View all Outlook settings.” Go to “Mail > Compose and reply” and scroll down the right-hand side of the interface to the “Microsoft Editor settings” option.
- In the Microsoft Editor Settings, select your preferred language from the Proofing language drop-down menu. Click OK to save the settings.
You can change the spellchecking language in Outlook. To do this, select a language, and expand the “Spelling” section. There you can customize the spellchecking settings, such as ignoring words in uppercase, flagging repeated words, etc. In some languages, the Grammar check feature is also available. If you do not want it, you can disable it for a specific language.
If your web browser’s spellchecking feature isn’t working after you select a language, try restarting your browser. That fixed the issue for me.
After following the steps above, you can activate the spellchecking feature in Outlook online for different languages. However, you need to restart your browser each time you change the language for spell-checking in Outlook online.
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