Friday, August 17, 2012
Spell Check Should be Automatic
Sometimes, reading makes my eyes hurt. Those cases are usually because the writing I'm reading should have made the author's eyes hurt.
The little wiggly red line under words is not a compliment. It is a clue. A clue telling you that your spelling is probably wrong. Maybe even very wrong.
Sure, every now and then you select a word that is beyond the capabilities of Microsoft's built-in spell check software. But if you're finding that every other word has a colorful accessory floating beneath it, odds are that the problem is you.