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Using Spell Check in iClassPro

Did you know that your browser probably has a built in spell checker? This can be really useful for spell checking email blasts, texts, and announcements in iClassPro. Read the following article to find out how!

How to turn on your browser's spell checker.

Step 1: Start Typing.

Your browser needs to detect that this is a type field before it will give you the spell check option. Start typing in the field to access the option.

Step 2: Turn on the Spell Checker Setting & View Suggestions

Google Chrome

Chrome Instructions:

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1. Hold down the CTRL or CMD on your keyboard and right click inside of the text field.

2. Go to "Spell-Checker Options" in the right-click menu and make sure "Check the spelling of fields" is checked. 

Misspelled words will be shown with  a red underline, similar to most word processing programs.

3. To view and select a correct spelling suggestion from the browser's dictionary, hold down CTRL or CMD once more and right click the underlined word.

4. Choose the correct word from the list using a left click to make the change, or left click outside of the menu to exit.

Turn on Spell Checker:

Spell_Checker_Chrome.png

Choose Correct Spelling:

Spell_Checker_Chrome_2.png

 

Mozilla Firefox

Firefox Instructions:

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1. Hold down the CTRL or CMD on your keyboard and right click inside of the text field.

2. Check the option to "Check Spelling."  Misspelled words will be shown with  a red underline, similar to most word processing programs.

3. To view and select a correct spelling suggestion from the browser's dictionary, hold down CTRL or CMD once more and right click the underlined word.

4. Choose the correct word from the list using a left click to make the change, or left click outside of the menu to exit.

Turn on Spell Checker:Spell_Checker_Chrome.png

Choose Correct Spelling:
Spell_Checker_Firefox_2.png

We hope this helps you with your daily communications within iClassPro! Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns!

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