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Checking spelling

No matter whether you type your own material or import material provided by others, it is a good idea to run Check Spelling whenever you finish constructing a page. You'll do that now.

1.
Create an insertion point in the appraise.html document.

2.
Choose Edit > Check Spelling.

3.
In the Check Spelling dialog box, make sure that English (US) is selected from the Language pop-up menu and that the From Top option is selected.

4.
You can click the icon next to More Options to see additional options that you can select for the spell checking operation.

5.
Click the Start button to start spell checking.

The spell checker stops on “today's.”

6.
Click Ignore.

The spell checker stops on “stormey” and suggests “stormy” as an alternative.

7.
Click Change to have GoLive correct the misspelled word.

8.
The spell checker stops on “world's” and “Musician's” and a variety of correct but unusual words that are not in the dictionary. Click Ignore in each case.

9.
The spell checker next stops on the abbreviations in the left column of the nested table. Click Ignore for each of the abbreviations since you don't want to add them to the dictionary.

The spell checker stops on e-mail because of the capitalization.

10.
Because “e-mail” is your preferred capitalization, click Learn so that the word is added to the spell checker dictionary.

Be careful when adding words to the dictionary. The dictionary is used by the application, and therefore additions to the dictionary will apply to all documents rather than to a specific document.

11.
Close the Check Spelling dialog box when you are finished.

12.
Choose File > Save.

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