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Spell checker for Internet Explorer-spell check your posts

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Tim The Enchanter

Elite Member
Jan 24, 2002
Professional Status
Certified Residential Appraiser

Check this out. A referral from my Motorcycle forum. A little bit of freeware that adds a button to your IE toolbar, to launch a spell check on the open window. Like the one I'm typing in now. If you install and don't see the ieSpell button on the right of your toolbar, click the top menu, tools, and look for the option ieSpell.

I can spell OK, but I make a lot of typos, Klutz fingers, I know I'm not alone there. :D And I can easily read right over the misspellings, and not notice. So this is pretty cool. Installed it on a Win98 machine and an XP machine tonite. Went fine. Looks like a standard spellcheck window. I'll let you know if either explodes, but i doubt it. :D

Good for a laugh too. :lol: When I spellchecked this post it wanted to know if I should replace "speelcheck" with "sepulcher". :lol: :lol:

Not Spielberg!? 8)

Farm Gal

Elite Member
Jan 14, 2002
Professional Status
Licensed Appraiser

Thanks Lee!

As queen of fumblefingers (my FRIENDS tossed me off both the tag football AND baseball team for just cause :oops: ) I appreciate this!

Twas my only and biggest regret in the move to the new forum format!

and I am sure readers of my posts get tired of my "i before e" reversals the right hand is faster than the left one :wink: and consonant swaps are easier to catch 'by eye'.
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