Using proofing tools


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Using proofing tools

Publisher 2010 makes use of a number of proofing tools that are available to you in the Office suite. They're also available here: things like Spellcheckers, Thesaurus, even a Research pane that allows you to lookup content. We're going to take a look at those now using our Flyer publication. Let's start with spelling, because right off the bat, as we look at our document, we see some words that are underlined with a red squiggly line. Let's just zoom in to about 110%, so we can get a better look at that. It looks like the word "flavoured" is spelled 'our' and different variations of that word are all underlined.

This will typically indicate a typo, a spelling mistake, but sometimes it's a word that's simply not in the dictionary, and it's not really spelled incorrectly: things like proper names, for example. So we're going to run the Spellchecker. The simple way is to go to the Review tab, and click Spelling, or use your keyboard shortcut, F...

Using proofing tools
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Using proofing tools provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Publisher 2010 Essential Training

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