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  1. wildman

    wildman Registered Member

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    :eek: Is there any way to run post(s) through a spell checker? Cause my spelling taint that guod. Ifin no one be a carein, den I be a trucking on, and uses can be forgetin dis post.

    However if one would rather that I attempt to use proper English and spell it correctly. HELP!

    Thanks
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  2. Blackspear

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    I use MS Word and then copy and paste it into the post. My spelling is shocking...

    Cheers :D
     
  3. bigc73542

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    My spelling is great but my typing ruins all of that, but no one seems to care much :D
     
  4. GlobalForce

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    Anyway you submit the answer BigC is AOK with me. :D :cool:
    Besides, the "force" is always on, right?

    GF
     
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    bigc73542 Retired Moderator

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    At least the force makes a good crutch to lean on when I stumble :D
     
  6. jxkruzzn

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    Don't worry about it Wildman! As long as we can understand one another, no sweat!! I understand you quite well. :D
     
  7. Checkout

    Checkout Security Rhinoceros

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    Mr. Blaze once found a way to use a spelling checker with Wilders. Try asking him - and hope he's still using it when he replies! :D
     
  8. nadirah

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    I've never ever made a single spelling mistake in all of my posts. :cool:
    My English is excellent!
     
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  9. iceni60

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    here are afew from a site that i know (never had any problems with malware)

    down the page to Text Utilities and Database. and right at the bottom iespell

    http://www.buzzys.net/previous.html
     
  10. wildman

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    :D :cool: Ice you're the man! Just utilized the link you posted and now have installed a spell checker for my WEB browser. Thanks!

    Thanks
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  11. iceni60

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    :) no excuses for bad splelling nohw
     
  12. Mr.Blaze

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    I use spell checker IE spell checker.

    http://www.iespell.com/


    I use it as my other personal here at wilders so they cant tell that its me lol.
     
  13. wildman

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    Ah yes, but not knowing how to operate it is yet another excuse.

    Thanks
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    o_O :rolleyes:
     
  14. Uguel707

    Uguel707 Graphic Artist

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    HI Wilman!

    once you're finished installing IE Spelling tool (and that you are finished writing a post), you just right click with your mouse and the usual pop up window will appear then you select <Check Spelling> and it will show you ways to write the word differently. Then you can choose to <change> the word or to >ignore< as displayed in the options. But, it won't correct any word automatically when you are writing a post, you must right click before and select <check spelling> as I said above. ;)
     
  15. Uguel707

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    Ok, just an example. I wrote a post with misspelled words in it.... ;)
     

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    Then I keep my mouse just over the text I finished writing.
    I right click and select "Check Spelling".
    The program will show me different ways of writing the misspelled word.
    I just have to select the word that suits me best. :)
     

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    In this case, I had to browse downer then I saw the word "cat".
    Since it's the word I need, I will select it and it will be replaced.
    I will do the same for "reel" which will be replaced by "real".
    So we have to collaborate a bit! :)
     

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    :rolleyes: UGUEL: Oops, didn't think any one would take me serious on this, was just kidding with ICE. Thanks! Some times, I just don't know when to quit. The spell checker has come in very handy by the way. I am not good at the spelling, stupid experiment they tried when I was in grade school (back in the days when dinosaurs roamed the earth), let's not teach phonics, let's allow the kids to spell any way they think is correct, it will allow them to have a bigger vocabulary at an earlier age. To this day, I can't spell worth a darn, but I do have a rather large vocabulary.

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  19. Mr.Blaze

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    Uguel707 ill hold wild man dowen why you kick him lol :D
     
  20. Uguel707

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    No fault Wildman! :) ANW, the post might be helpful to someone who did not know about IE Spell Checker ;)
     
  21. Uguel707

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    Well, that's funny you mentioned that here for "spanking and kicking" will be in my next TT posts! :D
     
  22. Cochise

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    Don't have a problem with spelling....don't go in for 'Kicking'.....but the 'Spanking' bit sounds interesting.......when does that Thread start?... :D :D :D



    Cochise, :cool:
     
  23. wildman

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    :p Mr. Blaze: You would actually get off the sofa? Why Uguel is young enough to be my granddaughter, and my granddaughter would never kick me.

    Plus "GIVE AN OLD MAN A BREAK !

    No not the right leg nor the left either or any other parts.

    Thanks
    Wildman
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