Checking spelling


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Checking spelling

Now, I know that someone like you or myself would never misspell a word. But perhaps we've gotten some copy from somebody else who wasn't as careful and meticulous as we. So, we need to be able to spell check in InCopy. There is a couple of different to spell check. One of them is via a dialog box that will do like a batch of spell check, and the other way is via word by word kind of like how you can do so in Microsoft Word. Let's check out the first method. Go to the Edit menu, go down to Spelling, and just choose Check Spelling or press Command+I or Ctrl+I. You can see that it immediately starts the spell check as soon as you open it up, and the Check Spelling dialog box says what the heck is this? Subshrubs, never heard of the word.

Then here are the Suggested Corrections. However, like let's say that we wanted to replace it with sub shrubs as two words. It doesn't let us. Why could that be? Take a look, think about it. You are right, because we haven't checked out t...

Checking spelling
Video duration: 4m 51s 7h 30m Intermediate

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Checking spelling provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Anne-Marie Concepción as part of the Collaborative Workflows with InDesign and InCopy

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Design
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InCopy InDesign
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