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how do I add a specialised dictionary to office & outlook

Discussion in 'Microsoft Office' started by ecnx, Jan 11, 2010.

  1. ecnx

    ecnx Flightless Bird

    In Office 2003 I integrated my special dictionary microsoft bibliorom as an
    editing tool. A right click on a word gives a box of options of "define",
    Look Up", "synonyms" "translate" "font" "paragraph" etc I can't remember how
    I integrated it and I cannot integrate it into Office 2007.I In Office 2007
    the option "define" which I want is missing. The software bibliorom is also
    accessed in 2003 in the list under "tools", option "Look up reference". Can
    anyone help please.
    thanks,
     
  2. Is there a 2007 version available.?

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    After furious head scratching, ecnx asked:

    | In Office 2003 I integrated my special dictionary microsoft bibliorom
    | as an editing tool. A right click on a word gives a box of options
    | of "define", Look Up", "synonyms" "translate" "font" "paragraph" etc
    | I can't remember how I integrated it and I cannot integrate it into
    | Office 2007.I In Office 2007 the option "define" which I want is
    | missing. The software bibliorom is also accessed in 2003 in the list
    | under "tools", option "Look up reference". Can anyone help please.
    | thanks,
     

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