MyOffice Text can automatically check your texts in English and Russian for spelling and grammatical errors.
To enable the spell-checking function, click Check the menu.
To disable the spell-checking function, click heck the menu.
Enabling and disabling the spell check option applies only to the document you are working on and does not affect other opened documents.
Check spelling basics:
•The spell check dictionary is selected automatically, based on the language of the first word in the paragraph.
•The application uses wavy red underlines to indicate:
•Words that are absent from the selected dictionary.
•Words with spelling mistakes.
• A spell checker runs every time you make changes to the text.
Find spelling mistakes
To quickly find words with spelling errors, press Option+F7. When clicking the Option+F7 combination for the first time, the word with the spelling mistake is selected in the text, and each subsequent click selects the word with the error following the selected one.
The search for errors is performed from the current cursor position to the end of the document. Once the end of the document is reached, the search for words with errors is performed from the beginning of the document.
Correction of spelling mistakes
If a spelling mistake is detected, a correction is suggested. To correct the mistake:
•Place the cursor on the word underlined with a red wavy line and right-click it.
•Select a word underlined with a red wavy line and right-click it.
If no correct spelling is found for the selected word, the caption appears in the shortcut menu.
Ignore a word with mistake
Use the Ignore command to avoid underlining words recognized by the application as misspelled. Follow the steps below to hide underlines:
1.Place the cursor on a word underlined with a red wavy line or select it.
2.Right-click the selected word and click .
Once finished, the underline with a red wavy line disappears. If the word appears in the document more than once, the changes apply to all case sensitive repetitions. The words marked for are not taken into account under your current work session. When you reopen the document, the spell checker launches and underlines all the words with mistakes again.
If a word is placed in the Ignore list by mistake, use the . To enable spell checking, do the following:
1.Place the cursor on a word or select it.
2.Right-click the selected word and click .
If you use specific terms that are not included in the current dictionary, you can add them to the custom dictionary, and they will not be marked as words with mistakes.
Make sure that spell check is enabled in the application before you start to work with the dictionary.
Adding words to the dictionary
You can only add individual words to the dictionary. Phrases and word combinations cannot be added.
The words in the dictionary are case-sensitive. If the word is written in both capital and lowercase characters, it is recommended to add both variants to the dictionary.
To add a word to a custom dictionary directly from the text, right-click the selected text and click in the shortcut menu.
To add a new word directly to the dictionary:
1.In the menu, click > .
2.In the dialog box, enter the word to be added to the dictionary.
3.Click or press Enter.
4.Click to finish editing the dictionary entry and close the dialog box.
Import of third-party dictionaries
To expand the word count available in the text editor, you can import third-party dictionary files in the .dic format. In the dialog box, click , select a file with the .dic extension and click .
Once finished, the content of the file is displayed in a configurable dictionary.
You can delete a previously added word from the .
To delete a word from the , use the following tips:
1.In the Command menu, click Tools > Custom Dictionary.
2.In the Custom Dictionary dialog box, place the cursor on the word to be removed from the dictionary and click Remove.
3.Click Done, to finish editing the dictionary and close the dialog box.
To delete a word directly from the text, right-click on it and click in the shortcut menu.
Click > and check or clear to enable or disable grammar check, respectively.
Enabling and disabling the grammar check option applies to the current document only and does not affect other open documents.
Grammar check basics:
•The grammar check dictionary is selected automatically, based on the language of the first word in the paragraph.
•The grammar check launches once you press the or Enter, provided the sentence is complete.
•A sentence with a grammatical error is underlined with a blue wavy line.