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SpellingOptions Members 

Represents the various spell-checking options for a worksheet.

The following tables list the members exposed by the SpellingOptions type.

  Name Description
ArabicModes Returns or sets the mode for the Arabic spelling checker.
DictLang Selects the dictionary language used when Microsoft Excel performs spelling checks.
GermanPostReform True to check the spelling of words using the German post-reform rules. False cancels this feature.
HebrewModes Returns or sets the mode for the Hebrew spelling checker.
IgnoreCaps False instructs Microsoft Excel to check for uppercase words; True instructs Excel to ignore words in uppercase when using the spelling checker.
IgnoreFileNames False instructs Microsoft Excel to check for Internet and file addresses; True instructs Excel to ignore Internet and file addresses when using the spell checker.
IgnoreMixedDigits False instructs Microsoft Excel to check for mixed digits; True instructs Excel to ignore mixed digits when checking spelling.
KoreanCombineAux When set to True, Microsoft Excel combines Korean auxiliary verbs and adjectives when spelling is checked.
KoreanProcessCompound When set to True, this enables Microsoft Excel to process Korean compound nouns when using the spelling checker.
KoreanUseAutoChangeList When set to True, this enables Microsoft Excel to use the auto-change list for Korean words when using the spelling checker.
SuggestMainOnly When set to True, instructs Microsoft Excel to suggest words from only the main dictionary when using the spelling checker. False removes the limits of suggesting words from only the main dictionary when using the spelling checker.
UserDict Instructs Microsoft Excel to create a custom dictionary to which new words can be added when performing spelling checks on a worksheet.
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