If you are looking for ieSpell, you have come to the right place. We explain what ieSpell is and point you to the official download.
What is ieSpell?
ieSpell is a free browser plug-in for Internet Explorer that checks the spelling of text on input boxes of a Webpage. It is beneficial for users who perform a lot of Web-based text entries such as blogs, forums and Web mails. This spell checker works faster than server-side solutions, and allows you to use and store your personal word list on all programs instead of having separate ones for every application.
ieSpell is installed as a button on your Internet Explorer toolbar, and can also be found a new item on Tools menu. You click ieSpell button after filling up a form. A popup dialog will appear just like MS Word spell check. The application also works for other Internet Explorer-based browsers like MSN, CrazyBrowser, SlimBrowser and MyIE as a right-click menu application only.
It is a standalone application as Web browser spell checker. You don’t need third party support. You can run ieSpell in three ways: via right-click context menu, under Toolbar men or the button on menu bar. It supports various Web programs like rich text editors, blogs, Web mails like Lotus iNotes and Outlook Web Access, forums, simple text forms and more. The three language variants of ieSpell Englis language are Canadian, US and UK. Suggestions are based on closeness to the misspelled word.
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About file types supported by ieSpell
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Last updated: : December 2, 2012