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    Windows apps spellcheck in webforms

    Hi,

    Can anyone suggest me any spell check exactly similar to Google spell check?

    The reason I am asking about any other spell check apart from google spell check is internet connectivity and google server dependency.

    I want it for using in webforms only. Let's suppose we are filling some details in a web form and we want to check the spelling. Google spell check is good but it stucks sometime as it is a freeware and totally based on google server.

    I want a spell check with similar features and usage as of google spell check but it should not be dependent on internet connection.

    Thanks,
    Ankit

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    If you use Firefox, install this add-on: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/fir...hecker/?src=ss

    If you don't have Firefox, you can download it from here: http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/all.html (choose your language from the list).

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    Hi,

    Thanks for replying.

    Here the problem is, few of my applications are not firefox compatible and some of our customers are using IE 6 or 7. I am aware that Firefox has thius auto spell checker but I want it fo IE.

    Thanks,
    Ankit

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    Maybe try this one instead then: http://www.iespell.com/

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    Check out Speckie too.

    Joe

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    IESPELL works very well in IE8 and IE9, 32-bit versions only (does not work with 64-bit browsers). I spell-checked this post with it. :-)

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