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Hour 9. Using Excel 2002 > Spell Checking

Spell Checking

No worksheet program included a spelling checker before Excel. After all, worksheets are for numbers, right? Of course, the primary purpose for worksheets is formatting, arranging, and calculating numbers. Numbers without titles, however, are worthless in most instances. You have to present your numeric data in such a way that the worksheet users understand the significance of your data. Given the amount of text you enter on your worksheets, a spelling checker makes sense. You can only wonder why worksheet makers did not add spelling checkers long before Microsoft added one to Excel.

You can check your worksheet's spelling, do one of the following:


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