About this course
Spell check is the minimum editing aid for our work at TeamTom, but Grammarly takes the grammar a little more seriously.
We recommend using the free Grammarly app for all of your work. It will automatically work in your browser and any document software you use.
Create your free account at https://www.grammarly.com/signup?page=free
Grammarly catches more misspellings and grammar errors/confusions. [It just caught four of mine in the previous sentence.]
E nable Chrome's Native Spell - Checker . To enable or disable spell - checking , click the Chrome menu button in the top right on the browser toolbar. Select Settings and at the bottom click Show advanced settings.
Most Office programs automatically check for potential spelling and grammatical errors as you type, so you don't need to do anything to show errors while you work. However, if you’d rather wait to check spelling and grammar until you're done writing, you can turn off the automatic spelling and grammar checker .
Automatic spelling and grammar checking is not available in Access, Excel, or Project.
Automatic grammar checking is available only in Outlook, Word, PowerPoint 2013, and PowerPoint 2016.
Office marks potential spelling errors with a red squiggly line:
Potential grammatical errors are marked with a blue squiggly line:
If spelling or grammatical errors aren't marked, automatic checking might be turned off. You can turn on the automatic spelling and grammar checker .
When you see a spelling or grammatical error, right-click or press and hold the word or phrase and choose one of the options to fix the error.
Spell check is the minimum editing aid for our work at TeamTom, but Grammarly takes the grammar a little more seriously. This lesson shows how to turn on and download these tools.
This quick video will offer more instructions on how to install Grammarly within various applications.
This policy clarifies the revision process and how it relates to the independent contract.
The non-legal version of the policy - easy to read and understand.
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