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    [MS Office - 2013] Disable Spelling and Grammar on Surface RT for exam use

    Hi there
    I am wondering if anyone can help me. Previously, we have had to completely disable spelling and grammar checking in word 2010 for exam purposes. We now have some surface RT's and they come with office 2013. Does anyone on here know of any way to do it on this version, but then also re enable it for when not being used for exams?
    Any help appreciated!
    Matt

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    Can this be done with a group policy? If not the options are the same in 2013 as 2010 Proofing\Check Spelling as you type

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    Cant be done with GP as far as I am aware. Definitely not on the Microsoft Surface RT as it can't join a domain. For 2010, to make it so the user can't enable spell check again, I am sure we had to delete/rename some dll files in the office install location! Thanks for your input though Matt

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