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Check spelling of different languages

The language version of Microsoft Windows determines the language used by the spelling checker in Microsoft Expression Web. For example, if you have a French version of Windows on your computer, the text is tagged as French and the spelling is checked based on that language. Otherwise, the spelling checker uses the language that you specify in Expression Web for text, a page, and a site.

To set the spelling language for text

  1. In Design view or Code view, in your web page, select the text that you want to mark as a specific language.

  2. On the Tools menu, click Set Language.

  3. In the Set Language dialog box, in the Mark selected text as list, click the language that you want, and then click OK.

Set the spelling language for a web page

  1. In Design view or Code view, with your web page open, on the File menu, click Properties.

  2. In the Page Properties dialog box, on the Language tab, in the Mark current document as list, click the language for the page, and then click OK.

Set the default spelling language for a site

  1. With your site open, on the Tools menu, click Page Editor Options.

  2. In the Page Editor Options dialog box, on the General tab, in the Default spelling language list, click the arrow, select a default spelling language for the current site, and then click OK.

Set the spelling language for a custom dictionary

  1. On the Tools menu, click Page Editor Options.

  2. In the Page Editor Options dialog box, click the General tab.

  3. Under Spelling, click Spelling Options.

  4. In the Spelling Options dialog box, under When correcting spelling in Office programs, click Custom Dictionaries.

  5. In the Custom Dictionaries dialog box, under Dictionary List, select the dictionary you want to set.

  6. In the Dictionary Language box, click the arrow and select a language.

  7. Click OK.

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