Dictionary or Spell checker?

@rodsdman (145)
United States
October 30, 2009 9:04pm CST
when you are typing in your comments and responses do you check your spelling with spell checker or with a dictionary? As a new user I cannot cut and past my responses back into the box. While I dont have trouble with many words, I will check the dictionary if I am unsure. When I get to the point where I can cut and paste here I will likely go back to using an open word doc to do a quick fix. How about you?
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@free_man (7337)
• United States
31 Oct 09
I use spell check. I can't copy and paste either yet. But I have note pad and I put discussions in there that I want to start on here. I also have a thing called sticky notes. I can copy and paste on that. So if I got a good discussion that I want to write on here I put it on the sticky notes and put it to always be on top. Then I can write it on here from the sticky notes. These files are free to download from freeware files. This is a site that I have used for years and they have all kinds of freeware files on there. This site does not download anything to your computer except the file you wanted. It test all files that go on their site.
@free_man (7337)
• United States
31 Oct 09
No copy and paste kicks in on 500. We get our star at 100 and we get to do the my lot code when we reach 200. You are quite welcome I found that site years ago and have downloaded a lot of stuff from that site, and never had a problem with it. Hope it helps you. Have a great day.
@hora_fugit (5433)
• India
31 Oct 09
I use the inbuilt feature of firefox. Actually I don't, but it is 'used' automatically. Sometimes it wants me to spell in American style and that's something I won't do! I'm not so used to dictionary, so type only known words hehe
@rodsdman (145)
• United States
1 Nov 09
Sometimes I will rephrase my sentences so I can use words that I do know how to spell rather than looking them up too.
@merlinsorca (1123)
• United States
1 Nov 09
Well, whenever I am typing in the mylot box thing, I have a spell checker already, so I see red lines under my words whenever I am typing. I don't know where I got this built-in spell checker, but it seems to work when I am typing anywhere on the internet.