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Travelman

WIN 10 MAIL & OFFICE 2013

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I have just purchashed a HP AIO, WIN 10 and loaded OFFICE 2013 (NO annual sub) but. has no outlook.

I am using WIN Mail app but it does not allow me to spell check emails + other minor editing issues.

Can I associate the Mail app to OFFICE?

Cheers, len

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Hello Travelman,

 

Unfortunately you cannot associate Mail app to Office since they are 2 different softwares(apps) altogether.

However, you can enable spell check in Mail App.

if you want to enable spell checking on the new Windows 10 Mail app, you'll need to open Mail, click on New Mail, navigate to Options, and change the Spelling options.

 

Regards,
Edwin S |Tech Support Team
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Thanks for your guidance but the "Spelling"line is greyed out.I was hoping that if I purchsed the OUTLOOK stand alone app that I could associate it with the spellchecker in WORD, I will keep playing around until I find a fix. Len

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