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On-line Spell Checker


wee eddie

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I have been a fan of ieSpell for years, but since I upgraded to Windows 7, it has been problematical.

May I recommend Speckie, so far it has not missed a beat.

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woodchip

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ieSpell does not have one, it uses the one in MS Office, so it may be a good idea to reload Office if you are having Problems using it as it will be the same in MS Word

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wee eddie

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Woodchip: I think that you have misunderstood what I am saying.

Word acts as my Spell Checker with Outlook and throughout Office.

However it does not work here at PCA, for example, or in those little drop-down Boxes that many Websites use, for example The BBC.

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