Proofing: Creating and Editing Custom Dictionaries in PowerPoint

Created: Monday, April 10, 2017, posted by Geetesh at 12:40 pm

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Although PowerPoint provides a spelling dictionary which contains a list of all common words, you might be working on a particular project that uses uncommon words not found in everyday language. You could edit a custom dictionary or load a ready-made third-party dictionary within PowerPoint. But you can actually create your own dictionary that includes a set of words for a particular project. So, if you need to do a legal presentation for a client once a year, you could create a separate dictionary for just this one project, and then edit it as required within a text editor such as Notepad.

For more details, please choose your version of PowerPoint:

Microsoft Windows:

Creating and Editing Custom Dictionaries in PowerPoint 2016

Creating and Editing Custom Dictionaries in PowerPoint 2013

Creating and Editing Custom Dictionaries in PowerPoint 2010

Apple Mac OS:

Create and Edit Custom Dictionaries in PowerPoint 2011

Creating and Editing Custom Dictionaries in PowerPoint

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