Well, again this is not a cross-application solution, but if one does the simple Autocorrect programming in Word for just the five vowels, it only takes 2 minutes, so one can do it once on each computer and save it. One can also run a search for the most recent *.acl file (be sure to select options to look in system folders and look for hidden files), then copy that acl file over to the other computer and put it in the right folder. I realize this probably isn't the solution you want, but since I've mentioned this solution, I thought I'd add info about transferring it between computers for anyone who is interested. It's not hard, even for tech dummies like me. Unfortunately I can't load chat software due to severe corporate restrictions. My mom's from Florida. They're retired to Celaya, Guanajuato, Mexico, so my trips 'home' are now to Mexico. I thus have incentive to improve my Spanish. I just read the Harry Potter series, and am now turning to slightly more mature stuff. I find that studying Latin will help my Spanish a bit -- it enlightens me as to where words like yacer come from, and the close connections between the two languages are a never-ending source of fascination for me!