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Contextual Spell Checking - Word
Contextual spell checking is included in Word 2007 and later versions. This allows you to catch a correctly spelled word that is used incorrectly.
The red squiggly line represents a spelling error and a green squiggly line represents a grammar error. A blue squiggly line indicates that an inappropriate word was used. In the example below, when you right click the word "loose," Word suggests "lose."

Contectual Spell Checking


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