Change language on mac office word
Click OK. On the Word menu, click Preferences. The following options should be selected checked : Check spelling as you type Check grammar as you type The following options should not be selected unchecked : Hide spelling errors in this document Hide grammatical errors in this document Click OK.
On the Apple menu, click System Preferences. Click Input Sources. Set the Input Sources language to the desired language Word should use. Restart the Mac. The new version will not include any of the customizations that you made to the version that you renamed or moved. On the Go menu, click Home. Open Library. Open Application Support , and then Microsoft. Drag normal. If the problem is resolved, you can drag the normal. Open Preferences. Drag com. If the problem continues to occur, select an option in the References section of this article to look for more help.
If the information in this knowledge base article did not help resolve your problem, select one of the following options: More Microsoft online articles : Perform a search to find more online articles about spell check problems in Word for Mac Help from the Microsoft Answers online community : Visit the Answers community and search or post your Word for Mac spell check problems Contact Microsoft support : Find the phone number to contact Microsoft Support.
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Tell us what we can do to improve the article Submit. Your feedback will help us improve the support experience. Australia - English. Bosna i Hercegovina - Hrvatski. Canada - English. Crna Gora - Srpski. Danmark - Dansk. Deutschland - Deutsch. I don't think I'd purchase a new Word either. Have you tried the Open Source available for Macs? I've used NeoOffice but didn't like the clunky feel. And I'm not really hot about Word either, so I'd go with something more Mac like I also have iWork which has word processing, Pages. And it does accept Thai I just checked. So perhaps go that route?
You can download a free trial here. I'm a Mac user also frustrated by lack of support for Thai, but my problem is a bit different. I have Thai in my system preferences and can type in it, but when I post to this website, it ends up as???????????????? When I post to the thai-language.
I guess the sites themselves are configured differently. That worked perfectly, until I upgraded to OS Leopard - and now it doesn't transmit Thai to this site anymore, from any browser. I had to google character encoding Firefox because I've never messed with it unless it was a loooooooooooooooong time ago. Mac OS X Firefox automatically chooses fonts for most Unicode ranges and writing systems , but for some encodings you can specify the font that you want Firefox to use. Why should an "improved" system be worse than the perfectly useful "outdated" one? One of those mysteries of life that I am incapable of understanding, I guess Any browser or email program will have a Character Encoding menu item under the View menu.
If that doesn't work, then try UTF If neither of those work, then try ISO or Windows The FF download mentioned selects just the Thai to increase in size will not work on the latest version of FF for Mac. No, in my case, that is not the problem. I can read in Thai, and I can type in Thai - but went I post what I have typed in Thai onto this board, then is when is can't be read, because instead of Thai script it becomes???????????????????????????.
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Thai language. Search In. Recommended Posts. Posted September 3, Is there something I should do in Word to activate it? MS X for Mac, Thanks.
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Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Posted September 4, What are you doing when you try to type Thai in Word? I'm using MS Word vrs Good luck.
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Posted September 5, That makes no sense to me, but that's how it is. Enormously frustrating.
Any help on that score? I'm also using Leopard - The only problem I have reading or posting Thai in browsers is with one Thai dictionary. My main browser is FF. I only use Safari when FF stuffs up with addons. Good luck I'm not using anything with FF.