How can someone check spelling?

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Accuracy is very significant thing in writing. False information bears a bad side. How should someone check spelling?

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How can someone check spelling?


You can use Micro Soft Office’s spell checker to check spellings and grammar. Spell Check is a feature that checks for spelling errors in a document.

You can check the spelling in a word document from the Review command tab, in the Proofing group, click SPELLING & GRAMMAR or simply press [F7].

Spell Check can be useful in preventing embarrassing mistakes, but we should be aware that Spell Check is not always right. For example if you type the word right, and it should be write? Until Word 2007, the spell checker would have ignored the error.

MS Word 2007 has introduced a new feature that not only checks for the correct spelling but also for the correct context. Follow these steps to activate the contextual spell checker:

Office Button > Click the Word Options button > Click Proofing > In the When Correcting “Spelling and Grammar” In Word section, select the Use Contextual Spelling check box > Click OK.

Answered By 0 points N/A #119935

How can someone check spelling?

Hello Glenn,
This indeed is a pressing matter. If you want perfect spellings in writing you can take the following steps:
(Here I assume you are writing in MS Word or similar software).
1. While writing Word checks your spellings for you. You can simply right click on the word that is underlined by the red zigzag and Word will suggest the appropriate spellings.
2. Note that Word sometimes mistakes the intended word for some other Word and gives you false answer. In this case if you believe that the suggested word is not the one you intended simply copy the word in Google and see if the meaning checks out.(you can use a dictionary as well).
3. Always use software like Word to write so you can be sure of spellings and grammar.
4. Check and double check the whole thing to ascertain perfection.

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