There is a simple fix which will give you UK English spell checking.
However, we are getting beyond the scope of this forum.
Issues specific to Windows Live Mail should be posted in the following forum: http://www.microsoft.com/communities...e.mail.desktop
I have cross-posted there, so look for a response there.
Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (Mail)
"Avocet" <Avocet@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:7CEA774D-D865-495F-86AB-5C29D00B512A@xxxxxx
> OK. I've downloaded Windows Live Mail. It still doesn't correct as I type.
> It only offers English American as the dictionary. I would like English UK
> and to have my e-mail programme correct as I type. Is Outlook my only way
> "Gary VanderMolen" wrote:
>> Windows Mail doesn't have that feature, but Windows Live Mail does.
>> It is not as full-featured as Outlook or Word, but it auto-corrects, for example,
>> 'teh' to 'the'. It also has live spell checking, immediately flagging misspellings
>> with a squiggly red underline.
>> You are welcome to upgrade to Windows Live Mail:
>> Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (Mail)
>> "Avocet" <Avocet@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:914F7456-F999-4FA7-9554-95C23469C43D@xxxxxx
>> >I use windows mail in Vista. Is it possible to set Autocorrect to correct
>> > typing as you go when composing an e-mail (like you can in Word and Outlook)?
>> > --
>> > Avocet