Please note: we frequently tweak the algorithms MicroSpell uses for coloring suspects
so individual words might be colored differently in the version you download, but the
same general principles apply.
- The figure shows MicroSpell working on a "real world"
document, not a contrived example. There were more suspects
than those shown; we selected them and used "Accept All" to
remove them (and the vertical scroll bar) from the Inbox.
- You'll probably prefer a significantly larger Inbox than
the one shown here which we deliberately made smaller to
reduce download time.
- There are too few suspects in this example for grouping
to show any advantage.
- The example shows how MicroSpell's suspect coloring can help you
separate correctly spelled suspects from misspellings.
- Note that "NetMeeting" shows up twice indicating
- The main document window (not shown here) shows the full
context of the selected suspect.
- To learn more, click here for an annotated figure and description.