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Symptoms

When you use spell check in Word for Mac 2011, you may encounter one of the following problems:

  • Spell check does not identify misspelled words

  • The spell check language keeps changing


To resolve the spell check problem, follow these methods in order:

Do you have the same problem but with another Word for Mac version?

Click here to view spell check problems in Word 2008 for Mac

Resolution

Method 1: Set Document Language

To set Document Language, follow these steps:

  1. Open a document in Word for Mac.

  2. On the Edit menu, click Select All.

  3. On the Tools menu, click Language.

  4. Select the language dictionary you want the speller to use, such as English (US).

  5. Uncheck Do not check spelling or grammar, and then click OK.

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If the problem continues to occur, go to the next method.

Method 2: Set the language for the default Normal.dotm template

To set the Normal.dotm template language settings, follow these steps:

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  1. Open a blank document in Word for Mac.

  2. On the Edit menu, click Select All.

  3. On the Tools menu, click Language.

  4. Select the language dictionary you want the speller to use, such as English (US).

  5. Uncheck Do not check spelling or grammar, and then click Default.

  6. Click Yes to accept changes that will affect all new documents based on the NORMAL template.

  7. Click OK.

If the problem continues to occur, go to the next method.

Method 3: Check the Spelling and Grammar preferences

To check the spelling and grammar preferences, follow these steps:

  1. Open Word for Mac.

  2. On the Word menu, click Preferences.

  3. Under Authoring and Proofing Tools, click Spelling and Grammar.

  4. The following options should be selected (checked):

    • Check spelling as you type

    • Check grammar as you type

  5. The following options should not be selected (unchecked):

    • Hide spelling errors in this document

    • Hide grammatical errors in this document

  6. Click OK.

If the problem continues to occur, go to the next method.

Method 4: Check the Input Sources language settings

To check the Input Sources language settings, follow these steps:

  1. Quit all Office applications.

  2. On the Apple menu, click System Preferences.

  3. Under Personal, click Language & Text.

  4. Click Input Sources.

  5. Set the Input Sources language to the desired language Word should use.

  6. Restart the Mac.

If the problem continues to occur, go to the next method.

Method 5: Move the Normal.dotm template

Important If Normal.dotm is renamed, damaged, or moved, Word automatically creates a new version the next time you start Word. The new version will not include any of the customizations that you made to the version that you renamed or moved.
To move the Normal.dotm template, follow these steps:

  1. Quit all Office applications.

  2. On the Go menu, click Home.

  3. Open Library.
    Note The Library folder is hidden in Mac OS X Lion. To display this folder, hold down the OPTION key while you click the Go menu.

  4. Open Application Support, and then Microsoft.

  5. Open Office, and then User Templates.

  6. Drag normal.dotm to the desktop.

  7. Restart the Mac.

If the problem is resolved, you can drag the normal.dotm file from the desktop to the Trash.
If the problem continues to occur, go to the next method.

Method 6: Remove Word preferences

To remove Word preferences, follow these steps:

  1. Quit all Office applications.

  2. On the Go menu, click Home.

  3. Open Library.
    Note The Library folder is hidden in Mac OS X Lion. To display this folder, hold down the OPTION key while you click the Go menu.

  4. Open Preferences.

  5. Drag com.microsoft.word.plist and the Microsoft folder to the desktop.

  6. Restart the Mac.

If the problem continues to occur, select an option in the References section of this article to look for more help.

References

If the information in this knowledge base article did not help resolve your problem, select one of the following options:

  • More Microsoft online articles:
    Perform a search to find more online articles about spell check problems in Word for Mac

  • Help from the Microsoft Answers online community:
    Visit the Answers community and search or post your Word for Mac spell check problems

  • Contact Microsoft support:
    Find the phone number to contact Microsoft Support

Updated Many Mac users today found, to their surprise, they are unable to print to their HP Inc printers.

This is due to a code-signing snafu affecting macOS Catalina (version 10.15) and Mojave (10.14), specifically. HP's printer driver software is cryptographically signed with a certificate that macOS uses to determine whether the application is legit and can be trusted. However, that certificate was today revoked through an XProtect update, causing the software to be rejected by Macs.

XProtect is the mechanism Apple uses to inform Macs to no longer trust and run certain programs, and it does this by revoking their code-signing certificates. There is no central database of certs cancelled by XProtect, there's one for each OS version it seems, and Catalina and Mojave were selected in particular. Apple chose to revoke the HP driver cert, or perhaps was asked to do so by HP.

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In any case, HP's driver software no longer works on those two particular operating system flavors. Users are told when trying to print, for instance, that HP's application 'will damage your computer,' and are given the option to run it anyway or send it to the trash. Trying to continue just loops you back round to the error message, with no work done. Punters are also encouraged to report this 'malware' to Apple.

Unofficial workarounds for now include using AirPrint to an HP printer, or uninstalling the HP software and using a generic PostScript driver.

A Reg reader who tipped us off about the blunder told us he was able to jerry rig some IPP connectivity to get an older device to print: 'We had a handful of printers where macOS would print into the ether. Windows had no problem. I found some IPP trickery on macOS Catalina worked on an older HP4650.'

We had a handful of printers where macOS would print into the ether. Windows had no problem

Complaints from punters are building up on the Apple and HP support forums.

'Trying to open Printer Utility on MacOS 10.15.7 and I get a crash dump every time saying 'Code Signature Invalid' for the binary /Library/Printers/hp/Utilities/HP Utility.app/Contents/MacOS/HP Utility,' said one netizen.

'Yes, my Deskjet F4140 abruptly stopped working with both my Mac mini desktop AND my partner's AirBook,' complained another. 'The AirBook keeps insisting it's malware (it's not), while my desktop says the certificate has expired. Suddenly, HP and Apple are NOT playing well together! I've redownloaded and reinstalled the printer software TWICE now but nothing has changed, just the same message about HP Utility now missing. Our jobs depend on this printer, HP.'

Thomas Reed, director of Mac and mobile at Malwarebytes, tweeted to say his users were up in arms at the tech breakdown: 'We're seeing a significant influx of support cases where users are seeing macOS identify what appear to be legit processes as malware.'

Mac blogger Howard Oakley has some more background, here. 'You’re seeing that [error] message because macOS is checking the signature on your HP printer software, and being told that its signing certificate has been revoked,' he observed.

Amazon's Music desktop app is also, weirdly enough, no longer working, either, it's reported.

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Spokespeople for HP and Amazon were not available for immediate comment. Apple declined to comment. ®

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The Register understands from sources familiar with the matter that HP Inc asked Apple to revoke its printer driver code-signing certificates. It appears this request backfired as it left users unable to print. A HP Inc spokesperson told us on Friday night:

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We unintentionally revoked credentials on some older versions of Mac drivers. This caused a temporary disruption for those customers and we are working with Apple to restore the drivers. In the meantime, we recommend users experiencing this problem to uninstall the HP driver and use the native AirPrint driver to print to their printer.

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