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Msn Premium - Can I Spell Check Form Fields?


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#1 karla3000

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Posted 30 June 2007 - 07:49 PM

I have just started using MSN Premium after a few years of using Mozilla Firefox. One thing I am missing is having my misspelled words underlined and easily fixed (a right-click used to show me correctly spelled options). I have been searching for information on this topic and all I can find is in reference to spell checking email. I already have that part figured out. What I want now is to be confident that when I am typing, oh, for example, THIS! that I avoid the ever-annoying typo. Does anyone know if there is a way to do this in MSN Premium? If there is no way, does anyone know if there is an add-on or downloadable spell checker that will do this for me? Hopefully for free?

There are some things I like about the MSN Premium and I would like to be able to keep using it. I may have to go back to Firefox though if I can't solve this spell check thing. I have been dealing with the lack of tabs (I love to have a dozen tabs open, but hate to have a dozen windows open!) but the tabs AND the spelling might be too much to overcome.

If anyone out there can help, I would love to hear from them!

Karla

In case it matters, this is what I am using:
Dell
Intel Celeron Processor
564 MHz
512 MB of Ram
XP with SP2

I know it's ancient! It was a hand-me-down and it's all I have :thumbsup:

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