Steps to Disable Spelling And Grammar Checking in Microsoft Word 2007/2010

I feel ugly to view  my documents in red lines while typing, i prefer to disable spelling and grammar checking  and enable them at last for proof reading and error corrections. In order to disable spelling and grammar checking in Microsoft Word 2007/2010 documents, follow below steps:

1. Launch Microsoft Word, On the menu, click on Office button (in Word 2007) or File button (in Word 2010), then go to Word Options (at the bottom right corner).
2. A new window will pop up and under the left pane, select Proofing, click on it.
3. Scroll down to the Exceptions for and over here, users can define if to apply the feature to only this specific document or to all documents.
4. Once selected, go to check Hide spelling or grammar errors in this document only.
5. Click OK button to save the changes.
By now, you should able to remove all the red lines but do remember to enable it back (if you choose to apply for all new documents) for proof reading and error corrections.

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