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    Group policy for default spell checker language?

    As per title really, which policy does this?

    Must admit I'm being a bit lazy by asking, i haven't really looked very thoroughly but it's not urgent and I'm busy so looking for a shortcut

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    I thought it matched the windows regional settings; however this is overridden if a document is loaded that was created on a PC with a different regional setting.

    If windows is set to UK English, new documents will be checked using UK English. If you load a document that was created on a PC set to U.S English, then the spell checker will change for that document.



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