Learn IT Job # 4768

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Job # 4768 Learn IT

Posted Date
Sep 8, 2007 @ 14:51
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Sep 15, 2007
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English (British)
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Word 2007 Sample Lesson

Working with Spell Check

Spell Check is a feature that checks for spelling errors in a document. Spell Check can be useful in preventing embarrassing mistakes, but be aware that Spell Check is not always right.
Spelling can be checked simultaneously with grammar. For information on checking grammar, refer to Working with Grammar Check.

NOTE: Although options and instructions vary slightly by program, the Spell Check feature is available in all Office programs. This document uses Word's Spell Check feature as an example.

Activating Automatic Spell Check
By default, Spell Check is automatically on whenever an Office program is open. When you turn this feature off, Spell Check will not run as you work on your document. The feature can be easily activated using the Review command tab. You can also check the spelling in a document after you are finished typing.

1. From the Review command tab, in the Proofing group, click SPELLING & GRAMMAR
Press [F7]
The [F7] key can be used from any command tab.
The Spelling and Grammar dialog box appears.

2. In the Spelling and Grammar dialog box, click OPTIONS...
The Options dialog box appears.
3. In the Categories pane, select Proofing
4. To activate Automatic Spell Check, in the When correcting spelling and grammar in Word section,select Check spelling as you type
NOTE: The option is selected if a checkmark appears in front of it.
5. Click OK
6. To exit the Spelling and Grammar dialog box, click CANCEL

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