How to Change Skype for Business Spell Check Language

If you enable “Check Spelling as I type” (Options/IM) on Skype for Business (Lync) the spell check language is managed by Windows settings. You can quickly change it from the “Input Method” icon near the clock. On the example, I select english check spelling (with italian keyboard). If you are missing languages, add if from “Control Panel (Settings)/Region & Language”

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3 thoughts on “How to Change Skype for Business Spell Check Language

  1. ben says:

    This didn’t work for me initially, had to play with it. After I switched the keyboard setting/language I had to re-open the chat window to get it to use the correct spell checker.

  2. Mason says:

    Skype has opened up its internet-centered consumer beta to the entire
    world, after establishing it generally in the U.S.
    and You.K. earlier this month. Skype for Online also now facilitates Linux and Chromebook for immediate text messaging interaction (no
    voice and video nevertheless, those demand a connect-in installment).

    The increase of the beta contributes help for an extended selection of dialects to
    help bolster that worldwide user friendliness

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