Aug 03 2020 06:27 AM
Aug 03 2020 06:27 AM
On 'answers.microsoft.com' there's an old discussion called "Outlook 2016 Spelling check in Subject line different from body text", the discussion is closed, but the error still exists in Outlook (I'm running Version 2006 (Build 13001.20384)) on Windows 10, everything updated.
I know MS is busy!!!!!!!!, but fixing an error that is 3-4 years old, should have been done by now :-).
The error is, that the subject line is checked in English and the body in my language (Danish). Looking around, I see that many other users have the same problem in many other languages, so it's not related to any specific language.
As you see, the Danish word is checked in English in the subject line and in Danish in the body.
I have read many posts about this, tried to change Region, local languages, the order of which they are used in Outlook etc., still not fixed.
Anyone out there smarter than me? :-).
Mar 17 2021 04:52 AM
@duksedrengen - I think the Subject is being checked in American English, the Microsoft default. This jumped out at me (working in British [proper!] English) when logging a fault about sluggish behaviour on one of our servers, so I tried a couple of other words and sure enough...
Complaints about the "...our" spellings in the Subject, but not in the Body.
I went hunting to see if I could find a fix and discovered your unanswered query, so thought I'd reply in case it plops it onto someone's pile. :)
Mar 23 2021 11:36 AM
Jan 19 2022 01:47 AM
problem still there in Win 11 Jan 2022
Naturalisation vs Naturalization
May 26 2022 12:55 AM
May 26 2022 03:25 AM
@IainB1 - thanks for that. Good to know there's yet another bit of Micro$haft annoying behaviour that has been around for over a decade without a formal resolution. :)
However I think your own experience of the unicode thing means it's is a good bet that it's the root cause. I no longer have this issue (we have an external support company and I just lobbed it at them and can't actually recall what the outcome was!) and had forgotten about this ticket, but I checked where you said and my unicode setting was "UK English".
FWIW, I run Windows 10 Pro, local Outlook software and with our Office365 accounts being managed from our US-based head office.
So that Unicode setting is definitely a great place for people experiencing this annoying issue to check first. Many thanks for that.
May 26 2022 03:28 AM