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Spell Checker for IE 32 and 64 bit


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#1 OFFLINE   jimmie57

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Posted 15 March 2013 - 11:35 PM

The spell checker linked on our posts does not work for me using the 64 bit versions of IE.
I found this one, installed it and it works well so far. It works like checking the button in Fire Fox that says "check my spelling as I type". It will underline a misspelled word in red. You can then right click on the word and choose the correct spelling from a list, etc.

It is FREE.
Go to this place and see how it works, it is free.

Then click on downloads tab above the sample,
download and install.

http://www.speckie.com/home

I checked the website and the file with Norton Internet Security before working with it and it is clean.

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#2 OFFLINE   MysteryMan

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Posted 16 March 2013 - 03:31 AM

The spell checker linked on our posts does not work for me using the 64 bit versions of IE.
I found this one, installed it and it works well so far. It works like checking the button in Fire Fox that says "check my spelling as I type". It will underline a misspelled word in red. You can then right click on the word and choose the correct spelling from a list, etc.

It is FREE.
Go to this place and see how it works, it is free.

Then click on downloads tab above the sample,
download and install.

http://www.speckie.com/home

I checked the website and the file with Norton Internet Security before working with it and it is clean.

That's not really necessary. There's a member on this site who's a self proclaimed "Grammar Police" who goes around pointing out everyone's spelling and punctuation errors. :sure:

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#3 OFFLINE   jimmie57

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Posted 16 March 2013 - 07:05 AM

I have not met the "Grammar Police" person.
I know how to spell, but, since my stroke many years ago, I make a lot of typos and I prefer that my words are correct when I post something.
I like it. I have used it in my Yahoo Email, on another site for cars, in the Sports section of Yahoo making a post or replies to someone else's post there as well as here.

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HR24-100 Component cables to 46" Samsung LCD & Optical Cable to Yamaha AVR, H21-200 HDMI to Yamaha AVR & HDMI to 52" Mitsubishi LCD


#4 OFFLINE   TXD16

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Posted 16 March 2013 - 08:29 AM

That's not really necessary. There's a member on this site who's a self proclaimed "Grammar Police" who goes around pointing out everyone's spelling and punctuation errors. :sure:


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