Check spelling InDesign CS6


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Checking spelling

Nobody spells everything right all the time. I mean, hey that's what spellchecking features are for. And fortunately there is quite a good one built into InDesign. I have this flyer document open from my Exercise folder and it looks pretty good, but before I send it to print I'd better check the spelling. I can do that by going to the Edit menu, choosing the Spelling sub menu and then choosing Check Spelling or much faster, just press Command+I or Ctrl+I on Windows. As soon as I do that up comes the Check Spelling dialog box and it immediately starts showing the suspect words.

This first word, Ellingsworth is somebody's name, looks right to me. I'm going to skip it. Then it goes to Roux, well Roux is the name of this company and I use that a lot in these documents. So I have a chance to either Skip it or Ignore All. If I choose Ignore All it's like pressing Skip for every instance that it finds, in fact not just in this Check Spelling, but every time I do Check Spelling...

Checking spelling
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Checking spelling provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by David Blatner as part of the InDesign CS6 Essential Training

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Design
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InDesign
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