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How to Switch Between American and British Spell Check in Word

American and British Spell Check

American English is so much different from British English. The spellings are strikingly different between the two. So as a writer who may be writing for American and British audience groups, it’s best to know which spelling to use. For example, in British English, behavior is spelled without a “u” while in American English, it …

How To Use Accessibility Options in Office 2013

The Microsoft Office professionals are dedicated to making Office more obtainable to the people with disabilities and also allow you to create content that is easily accessible by all. The accessibility feature of MS Office 2013 makes the use of Office simple and easy for the content creators and makes documents, presentations & other material …

How To Make Your Child A Better Writer

In today’s students, writing skills are evidently sorely missing and so if you want your child to better his/her writing skills then it’s very important your child writes. The best way to Make your Child a Better Writer is to segregate the creative component from fundamentals of writing (spelling, grammar, handwriting and punctuation).

Check Grammar And Spelling Mistakes With Grammarly

People who are new to formal modes of writing can find it hard to develop meaningful content with the correct grammar. This not only includes people who are new to the corporate world but might also include students, people working in a formal job environment for the first time and even blue collar workers who …

Turn Off Automatic Spelling Checker in PowerPoint 2010

Sometimes when you need to prepare presentations in other languages, you may want to override the default English spelling checker or eventually turn of the spelling checker (disabled) so the red lines below the words are not shown in the slides. How to disable Automatic Spelling Checker in PowerPoint 2010 If you want to disable …