spell check


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spell check

To test for the correct spelling of a word. See spell checker.
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Of course, you should always use spell check, if it's available, but realize it won't catch everything.
Cast your mind back and it's relatively easy to remember life without computer spell checks and predictive text messaging.
ieSpell is a free Internet Explorer browser extension that spell checks text input boxes on a webpage.
Despite this, nearly half of employees said they frequently do not check through their work, only relying on computer spell checks to spot and amend their mistakes.
Q I USE Outlook Express to email but every time I try to send an email a message appears telling me "The spell check on this document was halted.
Maybe they've never heard of spell check on their computers at the Registrar-Recorder's Office.
However, I can't seem to use the Spell Check on any of my e-mail.
Fully loaded, it comes with fax/modem capabilities, communications software, a full-featured word processor, Spell check and one full megabyte of memory.
27 ( ANI ): People who think they are becoming dumber due to a growing dependence on spell check options available in the computer, is not true, writer and consultant Marc Prensky said.
Although useful and convenient, especially when you're using a word processor, spell check does not contain all the words or names you may use and so cannot check their spelling.
According to the company, QuarkXPress 7 Canadian Edition will include English and French manuals, spell check and hyphenation functionality and will begin shipping to distribution partners in the second quarter of 2007.