I was happy to find out that word 2007 did spelling and grammar checking. It worked fine when I first used it, but I must have pressed the wrong button. Now it sends me a message that it has checked the document except for parts I didn't want spell checked. But it seems the parts it thinks I didn't want spell checked include my entire document. What should I do
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just a statement
any business should be using spell check and grammar check in all communications
Even people using fixya site should be using spell check and grammar check because the spelling is very bad and grammar is non existant
makes it hard for experts around the world to get a "handle " on what information is being sort
WORD 2007 TIP: HOW TO USE SHORTCUTS FOR SPELL-CHECK
Spell-check has been around for years; however, it just keeps getting better!Microsoft Office 2007 Spell-check is even more intuitive and easy-to-use.You'll find Spell-check by clicking on the Review Tab located on the Ribbon, and then select Spelling and Grammar from the Proofing Group.If you don't use Spell-check very often, you may have trouble remembering which Tab to click on (I know that I do).
As a trainer, I've learned that each individual works differently.That's why I like to present different methods of performing the same task, especially if it can save time and help a student work more efficiently. I personally think it's much easier to simply press the F7 key to initiate Spell-check.That's because I favor keyboard shortcuts.Some students prefer to create customize toolbars with their favorite features.In Word 2007, you can't customize the Ribbon, however you can customize the Quick Access Toolbar:
1.Start MS Word 2007
2.Go to the Customize Quick Access Toolbar button (It's located at the top left of the screen and it looks like a small arrow with a bar on top of it.)
3.Select Spelling & Grammar from the list.
4.You should see a Spelling & Grammar button appear on the Quick Access Toolbar.
5.The next time you want to use SpellCheck, just click on the new button you created. Both of these shortcuts will save you time to help you work more efficiently!
Yes, sometimes you can take help of spelling grammar checker to do Biology Homework, but keep in mind that sometimes spelling grammar checker can detect the spelling and grammatical mistakes only, but the expression you need to express is your responsibility, spelling grammar checker don't assure that. http://www.biologyhomeworkhelp.org/
Select some text in the document that contains a known mispelling. Under Tools > Language, look at the box for "do not check spelling or grammar." If it is gray or checked, uncheck it. Run the spell check.
This is a text-specific setting, like bold or italics. It does not apply to a computer, an instance of Word, or even an entire document. This is different from the setting under Tools > Options > Spelling and Grammar, which applies to all documents opened (but does not override the text-specific settings).
If this is the problem, you can clear the problem up by selecting your entire document (Ctrl-A) and unchecking the box. Please, if the problem continues, use Office update, or re-install the product. Good luck!
Select the text you want to spell check, or place the cursor anywhere in the text to spell check the entire document.
Go to the Tools menu.
Select Spelling and Grammar. The Spelling and Grammar window opens, and Word begins spell checking.
View any flagged words or phrases in the upper-left window. Just above this window, you will see the reason Word has flagged this text.
Check the Suggestions window in the lower-left corner of the Spelling and Grammar window for correction suggestions.
Click the Change button to make the suggested correction.
Click Change All if you want all instances of this error corrected within the text that you are spell checking.
Enter your own change if you disagree with the suggested correction (or if there is no suggestion) by placing your cursor in the flagged text window and correcting the text as you would in any Word document.
Click the Change button to implement your correction.
Click Ignore if no correction is needed; click Ignore All to skip all further occurrences of this "misspelling."