spellchecker


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spell·check·er

(spel'chek-ĕr)
Software that identifies incorrectly spelled or unknown words. medical transcription Used during referencing and proofreading to ensure accuracy of transcribed reports.
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The spellchecker suggests, among other oddities, "garr" and "err.
In addition to the audio, video and printer-friendly lessons, the site includes a hospital soap opera in Welsh as an educational tool, along with a searchable dictionary, spellchecker, an 87-page grammar guidebook, and a weekly newsletter on Wales and Welsh culture.
The spellchecker wanted to know if I didn't mean "armadillo.
The standard Palm applications are included--Address Book, Date Book, To-Do List, and Memo Pad along with QuickOffice, which integrates with Microsoft Word and Excel; PrintBoy utility for direct printing to JR and USB printers; and AlphaWord, a full-featured word processor with spellchecker and thesaurus.
Analogous to a spellchecker system on a personal computer, computer-aided detection is used by increasing numbers of radiologists as "a second pair of eyes" when reading a mammogram.
The spellchecker simply didn't recognize to pee, I'll be bound.
EndNote 5 also features a traveling reference library to allow collaboration between colleagues, a direct link to the ISI Web of Science, a spellchecker, and over 700 output styles.
In addition, EndNote 5 automates spelling and typing corrections with a new spellchecker that lets users check highlighted text or an entire reference for spelling errors.
She suggests that we do this before using a spellchecker.
DataCop acts like a spellchecker for files, highlighting non-compliant dates and asking the user if they want them reformatted.
CompuBridge has released six spellchecker programs.