Adobe has created a Spelling Dictionary Pack with support for 32 languages and language variations. This is in addition to the dictionary that comes with each version of Adobe Reader.
Adobe Reader users can perform spell checks on such things as form fields and comments. You can also add and edit custom words to your user dictionaries for future references.
To access these spelling dictionaries from within Reader, choose Edit > Preferences > Spelling and select the individual dictionaries you wish to use and the order you wish to them to be used.
Supported languages within Dictionary Pack
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Intel® Pentium® III or equivalent processor
Microsoft® Windows® 2000 with Service Pack 4; Windows Server® 2003; Windows XP Professional, Home Edition, or Tablet PC Edition with Service Pack 2; or Windows Vista
128MB of RAM (256MB recommended for complex forms or large documents)
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or 7.0, Firefox 1.5 or 2.0, Mozilla 1.7, or AOL 9
After downloading a ".msi" file in Windows, double-click on the ".msi" file to access the file's contents.
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The installer comes as a standard ".msi" file. On IE browsers you may receive a security warning below the address bar. Click where it says "Click here for options" and choose "Download File." You can save the file and then run it by double-clicking on the filename, or with IE you can run the file directly.
In order to use this Spelling Dictionary you need to have Reader 8 installed on your system. To determine which version of Adobe Reader you have currently installed, choose Help > About Adobe Reader. The version number appears in the upper left corner below the Adobe Reader logo.