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How can I get rid of the phrase "you're good to go" from spell checker in Microsoft Office.

Ian Rodwell started on
How can I get rid of the phrase "you're good to go" from spell checker in Microsoft Office.

This is an American phrase and as I am English I do not want this every day on spell checker.

How can I have this removed. My language setting is set to UK English, why do I therefore have to have this American English.

Would love to say "you're good to go" to "you're good to go!"
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