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Doesn't this exist already? Under Spelling and Grammer dialog box, select
Options, you will see a section where you are able to select your own custom
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Subject: embedded dictionary?
In an interesting reversal of roles, a developer at work asked me about a
feature he thought wd be useful in Word: the ability to assign a dictionary
to a document. AFAik, one can add a custom dictionary to one's hard
drive/Word app, but the suggested feature doesn't exist. Ideas about this?