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Old 04-09-2004, 11:52 AM   #1
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No spell check button on edit.


When someone's a terribley bad speller like me, but still wants to sound smart, (s)he must use the magical SPELLCHECK button. But, to my dismay, after you forget to press it, you can't access it in editing mode. Could we have a spell check button in that for all the bad spelurz like me?
 
  


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