It is always a good idea to use the Check Spelling command to check the spelling in your draft after you add or edit text. Contribute checks for the spelling and corrects any error if the auto spell check is on. This minimizes spelling errors when typing using the inline spell checker in Contribute. Any spelling errors are flagged with a red squiggle below the incorrect word when you are in the Edit mode. Right-click the flagged word to display options suggested by the dictionary. After you choose the correct option, the flagged word is replaced with the selected word. When you change the dictionary, the background spell checker scans the entire document using the selected dictionary. Any errors flagged with the previous dictionary are removed.
How to enabled auto spell checking?
- In your draft, select Edit àPreferences.
- Select Editing from the panel on the left category.
- Select Enable spell checking in the background.
You can also change the change the spelling dictionary languages.
You can also bring up the Check Spelling dialog through Format menu.
- In your draft, select Format -> Check Spelling.
If Contribute encounters an unrecognized word, the Check Spelling dialog box appears.
- Select the appropriate option based on how you want Contribute to handle the discrepancy.
- After you finish checking spelling, click the Close button in the Check Spelling dialog box or click OK in the Spelling Check Completed message box.
The highlight to be mentioned here is there is no performance impact since the spell checker executes in the background.