How to disable spell check in word?

  Internetwhizzkid 20:22 07 Feb 2007
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Hi,

As I am still in education, I still have to take my GCSE Exams. Now as many other people have mental disabilities, they are eligible for extra time or a laptop when it comes to extended writing. What I would like to know is, how I can disable the spell check tool in Microsoft word 2003, this is so that me and other students cannot cheat on the punctuations and spellings etc.

I would like someone to help me out here

Thanks
Ben

  VoG II 20:23 07 Feb 2007

Tools > Options > Spelling and Grammar > untick Check spelling as I type.

  SANTOS7 20:24 07 Feb 2007

* STEP 1: Go to the Tools menu.
* STEP 2: Select Spelling and Grammar.
* STEP 3: Click the Options button.
* STEP 4: Deselect the Check Spelling as You Type checkbox.
* STEP 5: Select or deselect any of the other choices in this window, according to which features you want to use.

  Technotiger 21:01 07 Feb 2007

Good on you mate, for not wanting to cheat!

Good luck in your exams.

  Internetwhizzkid 21:03 07 Feb 2007

thanks, yeh I have been predicted a B in ICT Business Studies, RE and English

  Internetwhizzkid 21:04 07 Feb 2007

oh and Science must not forget that

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