How do I spell-check the Buyer & Sell Communication Records and the other interactive forms on the websites?
Posted by - NA - on 15 January 2004 10:28 AM
The websites have no built-in spellchecker for every form on the sites. However, there is a really cool little software program called ieSpell that will solve this problem nicely.

ieSpell is a free Internet Explorer browser extension that spell checks text input boxes on a webpage. It should come in particularly handy for users who do a lot of web-based text entry (e.g. web mails, forms, forums, blogs, diaries, etc.). Even on web applications that already include spell checking functionality, you might still want to install this utility because it is definitely much faster than a server-side solution. Plus you get to store and use your personal word list across all your applications, instead of maintaining separate ones on each application.

The program installs as a new button in the IE toolbar (as well as a new menu item under "Tools") - after filling in a form, just hit the ieSpell button and it pops up a dialog, similar to the MS Word spell check.

ieSpell is not spyware or adware and is free for personal use only.
To download ieSpell, please visit for more information.
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