I hope you notice this resurrection of an old thread...
What I wrote earlier was clearly nonsense. I remember reading a long time
ago that en-us and en-gb shared a dictionary, but that en-au and en-ca had
their own. This was probably in Office (2003?). By sheer chance I was
looking at the properties of the WLMail English spelling engine
(msspell3.dll) and noticed that it is in fact 4-language - us, gb, au and
ca. So, Peter, try changing lang=2057 to lang=3081. And any Canadians
watching, try changing it to 4105.
I may also have read recently that this Version 3 of MS proofing tools is
obsolescent - but then again I may have imagined it. Anno Domini.
"Peter.R" <Peter.R@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> Cool, thanks Noel. It worked a treat for this Aussie.
> (Windows XP Pro SP2 with Windows Live Mail 12.0.1365)
> "There are more things in Heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in
> your philosophy." - Shakespeare
> "Ildhund" <jnllb@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>> I meant to post this a long time ago, but forgot. If you're looking for
>> British English spell checking (so colour is accepted but color gets a
>> wiggly red line), open spell.ini (in %programfiles%/Windows
>> Live/Mail/Proof/prf0009/2) and change lang=1033 to lang=2057. en-gb and
>> en-us share the same dictionary, but en-au (and several other flavours)
>> their own. Pending an en-au dictionary, oz users might try this hack too.