- Detail view fields.
- Documents or templates.
- Notes, histories, or activities.
- E-mail messages in the E-mail client (if you use Microsoft® Outlook® as your e-mail client, you use Outlook spelling checker).
Setting Spelling Preferences
You can set your spelling preferences to check spelling automatically when you create or edit an activity, history item, or note. Preferences also let you enable the auto-suggestion feature, select and modify dictionaries, and choose types of words to ignore.
To access these preferences go to the Tools menu, choose Preferences, click the Communication tab, then you will see the option for Spelling Preferences.
You can also set a preference for the store location of your dictionary files and to automatically check spelling in an e-mail message before you send it.
User Dictionary Files
You can maintain the user dictionary as a custom dictionary terms that are unique to your business. If you want the spell check to accept the proper names of individuals, companies, and products you frequently use in documents and communication, add these words to the user dictionary.
During spell check, you can add words that are frequently flagged as incorrect (but may be valid for your business) to a user dictionary. You can also delete words in a user dictionary that you no longer want to skip or that were accidentally added.
For more information on adding activity types, please refer to the following Knowledgebase Answer:
Title: Using Dictionaries in Act!
Answer ID: Using Dictionaries in Act!