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tryign to create Dictionary object based on English

tryign to create Dictionary object based on English

tryign to create Dictionary object based on English


I would like to create a Microsoft.Office.Interpol.Word.Dictionary object that's based on the English language but with additional words. How can

I do that?

Here is the constructor for my SilcoreseDictionary class:


class SilcoreseDictionary : Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.Dictionary { private Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.Application _application = null; public SilcoreseDictionary() { _application = new Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.Application(); Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.Language localLanguage = null; foreach (Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.Language l in _application.Languages) { if (l.Name.Contains("English (US)")) { localLanguage = l; break; } } if (localLanguage != null) { // make this a copy of localLanguage.ActiveSpellingDictionary } } }

I would like to make the SilcoreseDictionary class a copy of the ActiveSpellingDictionary of the English (US) language that it finds in the

Application's language list. I would then like to add more vocabulary to it. Is this possible?

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