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i.e spellcheck in windows 7


Madrat

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Why dosnt i.e spellcheck always work in windows 7?

Somtimes its fine then other times is comes up with an error saying "Exception raised!automation server cant create object"

Never had this problem in XP. What can I do???

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gengiscant

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I had the same problem,found and installed this and its pretty good. Speckie for IE 9.

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Madrat

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Thanks will give it a try

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wiz-king

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I also use speckie.

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Madrat

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OK I have tried the others but still prefer IE spell check, I have found out that if you use IE 32bit instead of 64bit, ( look in start menu) it works no problems.

Thanks every one

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TonyV

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fiatman

You are absolutely right. I.E. Spellcheck does not work in 64bit IE. I changed over to Speckie because of that and have no problems at all.

Cheers

TonyV

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Madrat

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Isn't it about time software manufacturers caught up with 64bit computing? I mean it's hardly some new fangled technology is it!

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