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Hi Robin and Everyone,
That is Exactly what I do. I do not have the auto
correct on, because I do not like the interruption while I am typing, and do not
want to figure out where I am in my thoughts and words. However, I do not send
or save anything without doing a spell check, with the (insert F 7). I am a
pretty good speller, but a fast typist. In fact, I never thought about this,
until you said it, but I have learned from listening to the spelling.
Blessings and All the Very Best, Pat
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Sent: Sunday, November 20, 2016 1:32
Subject: Re: update on outlook 2016
Just a thought you could always disable the auto-correct and merely keep
spell check before sending; and always use f7 to check manually. Perhaps
that’d further boost your positive results (smile). That’s how mine is set
I hope that helps.
Sent: Sunday, November 20, 2016 1:22 AM
Subject: update on outlook 2016 performance
David sent an email earlier this week, if not, then last
week suggesting I disable the ad-ins for a resolution to my sluggishness in
outlook 2016. Since then, it’s been running much smoother; however, another
suggestion was to turn off the autocorrection, which I did and it also ran
smoothly. I’m a terrible speller so I had to turn it back on lol, but when I
did, the problems I’m experiencing are ones I addressed previously where it
will split words up and add blank lines when the words are split; however, it
doesn’t do it as much.
What’s important here to note is the emailing is no longer
slow, or borderline freezing.
Thanks David and to everyone else who have contributed.
Sent from Mail for Windows
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