Re: Email Client
If f7 doesn't work, it's very unlikely the ribbon method will work but it's worth trying. The other suggestion I made is something you may have already done, according to one of your previous messages today. It is a setting you get to in preferences and you evidently already checked that setting. Uninstalling and reinstalling may solve the problem or there may be a third party spell checker you can use. Either way, you can probably solve or work around the problem.
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Sorry, I was not clear. What I meant was that I tried to use spellcheck by bringing it up through the ribbon instead of pressing F7,but couldn’t get it to work when I pressed enter.
I'm not sure what you mean by check the spell tab. You can't check the spell tab, it isn't a check item. It's a tab that announces that you are in the spell part of the dialog. If you mean check the items in the spell tab, meaning tab around and look at how they are set, that may help, but I doubt it. But there's no harm in trying.
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This may sound crazy but did you go in to the options and mail options and check the spell tab?
From: Brian Vogel
Sent: Friday, April 14, 2017 10:47 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Email Client
I'll second Gene's suggestion that you do not uninstall Microsoft Office.
It is a simple matter to uninstall and reinstall Windows Live Mail (provided
you have the installer downloaded already, and if you don't you can snag in in
7z zipped format here) and, provided you've been using IMAP access to get to
your email account(s) all of your messages will have been retained on the server
and will be visible again when you set up your account(s) in a fresh
installation of WLM. If you've been using POP, with the conventional
settings that delete messages from the server either on download or after a
certain number of days, the issue becomes significantly more complicated if you
need to keep old messages.
The real art of conversation is not only to say the right thing in the right place but to leave unsaid the wrong thing at the tempting moment.
~ Dorothy Nevill
Jesus dyed for us, why can't we live for him?