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- Basic - Computers - Desktops - Laptops - Microsoft Office - Software - Word - November 9, 2022

How to add a new word to the Microsoft Word dictionary

You may use a function in Microsoft Word to check your spelling as you type to make sure all the words are spelled correctly.
If Microsoft Term doesn’t recognize a word, you might occasionally need to add it to the dictionary.

There are two ways to add a new term to the dictionary in Microsoft Word.
Choose the link for the technique you want to utilize below, then adhere to the instructions.

Add new words to a custom dictionary

  1. Select Options from the File tab on the navigation bar.
  2. Click the Proofing button in the left navigation pane of the Word Options box.
  3. Make sure Suggest from main dictionary only is not checked in the heading When correcting spelling in Microsoft Office programs.
  4. Select Custom Dictionaries from the menu.
  5. Select the dictionary that is currently selected as the default dictionary in the Custom Dictionaries box, and then click the Edit Word List button.
  6. In the Words text box, type the word you wish to add.
  7. To add a term to the Microsoft Word dictionary, click the Add button.
  8. To preserve the dictionary changes in each of the open windows, click the Ok button.

Add new word during a spell check

  1. Any words that Microsoft Word believes to be misspelled will have a red squiggly line beneath them as you input text into a document.
    To the right of the red squiggly line, click the word.
  2. Choose Spelling from the pop-up menu that appears, then click the Add to Dictionary option.

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