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kylera kylera is offline Using Korean language dictionary from Office 2007 on Office 2011 doable? Mac OS X Using Korean language dictionary from Office 2007 on Office 2011 doable? Office XP
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Hi. Title says all. I'm trying to figure out a way to use the Korean dictionary that's part of my copy of Office 2007 in my Mac copy of Office 2011. After some digging, I've found some .lex files that may be the Korean dictionary, but I can't yet figure out how to integrate it into 2011. There's room for custom dictionaries, and it seems I can assign languages to the custom dictionaries.

And supposing this doesn't work, if I can find a list of Korean words, can I rename that list to .dic and use that instead? Much thanks in advance.
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