You spellcheck all of the emails you send, right? Good. While you might get away with spelling errors here and there when sending informal emails to friends and family, in a professional setting they’re just unacceptable. Yet spellchecking every email can be a pain. There are surely words you use frequently that aren’t in a normal dictionary. Heck, your own name might trigger a spellcheck prompt. You can eliminate these instances, though, by adding phrases to your custom dictionary. To get to your custom dictionary in OS 6 or 7, just go to Options – Typing and Language – Custom Dictionary. From there you can click the BlackBerry button and select New. That will let you add words to your dictionary. Now when you go to spellcheck an email, they won’t create a prompt. They won’t even underline if you have Check Spelling As You Type set as a preference. One difference between OS 6 and 7 and previous versions of the BlackBerry OS is the placement of the custom dictionary. It used to be within the Spell Check menu. It now has its own menu. If you want to check the spell check options, it’s right above Custom Dictionary.