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Iespell - A Spell Checker For Internet Explorer


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ieSpell - A Spell Checker for Internet Explorer

Download at: http://www.iespell.com/download.php

Important - ieSpell is not spyware or adware. It is free for personal use only. Commercial use requires a separate license. See Licensing for more information.

Latest version - v2.1.1 (build 325) - 2.45MB - released 22nd January 2005

To download, simply click on any one of the download icons in the table below.

Please see the Installation instructions and Usage instructions for help.

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Minimum system requirements:

Windows 9x/ME/NT/2000/XP

Internet Explorer 5.0 or higher

7 MB of free disk space (More if you install the optional language packs)

Installation instructions:

Click on the download link above.

Choose "Open this file from its current location" and click on the "OK" button when prompted.

When the installation has completed, restart your browser (if its open) and you should find a new menu item called "ieSpell" under the "Tools" menu, as well as a new icon on your toolbar. Note that the toolbar icon will only appear if you have not customized your toolbar before. If you have customized your toolbar before, you will have to manually select the icon in the "Customize Toolbar" dialog.

For existing users, you do not have to uninstall the previous version before installing the new one.

Usage instructions:

If you are using Internet Explorer, you can access ieSpell in one of the following three ways:

Under the "Tools" menu, click on "ieSpell" item to start the spelling check or click on the "ieSpell Options" to configure ieSpell.

Click on the ieSpell toolbar button (if enabled) to activate the spelling check.

Right click in the browser and in the menu that appears, click on the "ieSpell" item to start the spelling check or click on the "ieSpell Options" to configure ieSpell.

If you are using a browser based on the IE engine (e.g. AOL, MSN, NetCaptor, NeoPlanet, etc), then only the last option (i.e. using the right-click menu) is available to you.

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If anyone has trouble getting this link to open. Try drag & drop by left clicking on the link and hold the button down. Than drag it to your address bar & let off the button. These pop-up blockers sometimes stop them from loading too.

My spelling is terrible, so I use this program quite a bit Pete. It works real well with the Hadit board & everywhere else on the web.

Just highlite the word with your left button & click the ABC icon.

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