Ken Sayers

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    Ken Sayers commented  · 

    This problem was 1st reported in 2018 when Teams was a new product. At the time the MS Team assured us that there were improvements coming. I've now come back to Teams after an absence of 1 year only to find that there has been absolutely no improvement in the proofing tools. Last time MS complained about lack of staff. If MS don't want to make a decent proofing tool for Teams then why not use the tools used by all other office components. Even Skype for Business' spell checker was better!

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    I don't understand why Teams can't use the proofing tools used by all other MS Office apps. The current spell checker is woefully inadequate. Firstly that you can't add words to a user dictionary, The name of the company I work for is always marked as a spelling error.
    Secondly, the corrections never follow the capitalisation of the word they replace so I often have to go back and change the case of the 1st letter after fixing a spelling error
    Then finally the spell suggestions are truly weird. For example, I deliberately mistyped someone as somone. The attached screenshot shows the suggestions. Someone doesn't appear.
    If MS wants to use a different proofing tool to all the other MS Office tools why not use Grammarly? At least it does the job well, even if the range of languages is limited.

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