According to Jeff this is working with a Windows 7, 64 bit.

Additional Tips:
Here are a couple additional tips that helped Jeff

Use "en_US" for United States English.  The dictionaries are part of the 
Enchant install and should be someplace like:
There should be several .dic files and .aff files.  The Zim configuration 
uses the name (without the file extension) of the .dic files.  

Zim Shortcut:
To get Zim to run from the source code without also having a DOS window 
open you need to use the .pyw extension however, to get Zim to start from 
the .pyw you need to include "--standalone" in the start command.  The 
easiest way to do this is to create a windows shortcut and in the Target 
field include the --standalone argument.  For example my shortcut has 
target (quotes included): 
"C:\Program Files (x86)\zim-0.60\zim.pyw" --standalone

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