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Thread: ieSpell, rcgoogle and IE7 (IE7)
2006-10-21, 22:20 #1
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ieSpell, rcgoogle and IE7 (IE7)
The latest version of ieSpell is 100% compatible with the new IE7 browser. To use ieSpell with IE7 follow the instructions below:
<UL><LI>First uninstall ieSpell if you already have it installed via "Control Panel/Add and Remove Programs" applet.
<LI>Click "Yes" when prompted, if you want to save your "Custom Dictionaries".
<LI>Install Internet Explorer 7.
<LI>After the required reboot, install ieSpell.
<LI>Right-click on a blank space on the Toolbar and choose, "Lock the Toolbar" which will UNlock it.
<LI>Grab the vertical line and slide it to the left which will then reveal ALL your current buttons.
<LI>Again, right-click on the Toolbar and mouseover "Customize CommandBar" and click on "Add or Remove Commands...".
<LI>Add or remove the buttons according to your wants/needs and click "Close" when finished.
<LI>Once again, right-click on the Toolbar and click on "Lock the Toolbars".
<LI>DONE[/list]ieSpell can then be started by either clicking the ieSpell Toolbar button or from the right-click context menu as before. The ieSpell "Options" also appear in the context menu.
And lastly, "rcgoogle" was carried over from IE6 to IE7 without any input from me whatsoever. <IMG SRC=http://www.the-highway.com/Smileys/BigThumbUp.gif>.
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