Using Microsoft Word's Editing Tools 70 Spelling and Grammar Options We've only skimmed the surface of what the Spelling And Grammar Checker has to offer. You can set up the checker to do a number of other things by selecting the options you want in the Spelling And Grammar tab of the Options dialog box. (When you are working in the Spelling And Grammar dialog box, you can also display this dialog box by clicking Options.) · Add your own custom dictionary by clicking Custom Dictionaries, selecting Add, and choosing the dictionary file from the displayed list. · Check the Show Readability Statistics box to display a report of your document that gives you data such as word count, sentence length, and readability level. · Click the Settings button in the Grammar area to customize the types of grammar issues that are found by the checker. · In the Writing Style box, choose Grammar And Style to add a style checker that catches clichés and jargon, passive voice, sentence fragments, split infinitives, and more. · Turn off the grammar checker so that it does not run at the same time the spelling checker runs by clearing the Check Grammar With Spelling check box. Tracking Changes When you are working with a team to prepare a document, it's imperative that you be able to see what each of the team members has contributed and know what you want to keep and what you want to discard. You can turn on tracking in your document three ways: · Choose Track Changes from the Tools menu, · Press Ctrl+Shift+E,