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wbcgaruss
wbcgaruss Member Posts: 2,371 Member

Does anyone know if there is spell check as when you are composing new or leaving a comment.

I have made some bad spelling mistakes and when I reread they really stick out but have seen no indication of a spell checker.

I have been looking to try and turn it on but cant find it maybe there is none-anyone know-thanks

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  • ProustLover
    ProustLover Member Posts: 121 Member
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    Hello!  I don't know about

    Hello!  I don't know about spell check...I just use the Preview button and look things over before I submit.  But I did want to ask about PET scan you took.  Is problem confined to your tongue?  Sending good wishes your way.   

  • wbcgaruss
    wbcgaruss Member Posts: 2,371 Member
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    PET Scan

    Proustlover-yes there was no cancer anywhere else in my body-PET scan showed clear except for my tongue.

    I had my operation last Thursday 6/21/18 so today is a week.

    ENT Doc feels very confident he got all the cancer and has clear margins.

    Thanks for the good wishes-much appreciated.

    I remembered the name Proust somehow and checked him out.

    Interesting guy.

    Spell check-yes that is what I have been doing-the preview thing-nice they have that anyway.

  • ProustLover
    ProustLover Member Posts: 121 Member
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    wbcgaruss said:

    PET Scan

    Proustlover-yes there was no cancer anywhere else in my body-PET scan showed clear except for my tongue.

    I had my operation last Thursday 6/21/18 so today is a week.

    ENT Doc feels very confident he got all the cancer and has clear margins.

    Thanks for the good wishes-much appreciated.

    I remembered the name Proust somehow and checked him out.

    Interesting guy.

    Spell check-yes that is what I have been doing-the preview thing-nice they have that anyway.

    Proust is great!  I got to

    Proust is great!  I got to visit his gravesite In Paris a couple years ago, before all the craziness started with my dear husband's cancer.  His tongue surgery was more extensive than yours, but the recovery was not bad.  Did develop something called a granuloma that had to be removed, but no other issues from surgery.  I hope and am sure you'll do just as well.

  • CivilMatt
    CivilMatt Member Posts: 4,723 Member
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    speel chick whaat//

    wbcgaruss,

    I write all my replies in WORD and copy and insert into H&N forum.

    Matt

  • wbcgaruss
    wbcgaruss Member Posts: 2,371 Member
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    Thanks CivilMatt

    Duhhhhhhh ("Facepalm") Why didn't I think of that?

    Now the next thing how do you insert pictures, images, or gifs in your posting?

  • wbcgaruss
    wbcgaruss Member Posts: 2,371 Member
    edited June 2018 #7
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    iMAGES

    I think I figured it out I need to have my images on something like photo bucket if I want to put them in posts.

  • SuzJ
    SuzJ Member Posts: 432 Member
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    Grammarly.com :)
     

    Grammarly.com :)

     

  • wbcgaruss
    wbcgaruss Member Posts: 2,371 Member
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    Thanks Suzj

    For the tip on Grammarly.

  • OKCnative
    OKCnative Member Posts: 326 Member
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    For me, all I have to do is..

    For me, all I have to do is....

    1.) Write my post.
    2.) Right-click my mouse within that post.
    3.) A window pops up that says "Spelling and Grammar" and I select the sub menu "Show Spelling and Grammar."
    4.) It then highlights each word it says I've misspelled.


    * I'm on a Mac using Safari browser.

  • Steve1959
    Steve1959 Member Posts: 28 Member
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    Thanks for the Mac spell

    Thanks for the Mac spell check as I was simply posting without spell check.

    Steve

  • wbcgaruss
    wbcgaruss Member Posts: 2,371 Member
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    Thanks for the Information

    Thanks for the input OKCnative.

    Looks like it helped Steve1959 with the Mac info.

    I am on windows 10 so I tried the right click like you do with a Mac and it doesn't work.

    I get options like cut, copy, paste etc.

    But thanks this is a good feature for Mac users that many may not know about.