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"too many spelling errors"

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  • Started 2 years ago by Inesleite
  • Latest reply from cdcaskey95
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Inesleite
Posts: 1

have a 30 pages word 2007 document written in portuguese (the language is portuguese) and with some cotations in other languages (latim, german, english, french) but not soooo many as to explain this, and i'm getting this erros message: "there are too many spelling or grammatical errors to continue displaying them".
I have tried several forums and microsoft support (ahahaha) and to no avail....
Help?

Posted 2 years ago
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n30g3n
n30g3n
Posts: 107

Not quite sure what you're asking for help with here...

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Enthusiast
Enthusiast
Posts: 566

That message is telling you that until you clear up some of the displayed spelling errors, no more can be displayed.

Posted 2 years ago
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raphoenix
raphoenix
Posts: 14920

A good place to "sneak" this Browser Freeware in. (lol) (lol) :) :)
http://www.speckie.com/dload/

Posted 2 years ago
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ronniesonora
Posts: 919

You might check here http://www.howtogeek.com/howto.....word-2007/

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Xhi
Xhi
Posts: 6298

If you are writing in Portuguese with the English spelling Dictionary turned on you might get "there are too many spelling or grammatical errors to continue displaying them"

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Anonymous
Posts: 0

" i'm getting this erros message: "there are too many spelling or grammatical errors to continue displaying them "

If the error message is your problem, TURN OFF Spell Check. Simple. (or) correct most of the errors.

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cdcaskey95
Posts: 8

I don't understand the question, but to my understanding and past experience of this problem, I think you want to use the spell checker.
If that is what you want you can select the text page by page to use the spell checker. This worked for me when I wrote a German essay (I wasn't very good at it) and spell checked it using the German dictionary.

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