How to turn on the automatic spell check in Microsoft Word 2010 on Windows Vista
What are the key attributes of a well-designed content? It should be in sync with the main theme, should be written in an explanatory and interesting manner and should be good enough to bind the reader. While the fluency of the written text is a key aspect, what helps it garner a mass appeal is the finesse with which it is written. Howsoever impressive be the language, if the content is full of errors, it can put off the reader in no time. So how do you ensure that it is completely spic and span? The best way to ensure it is to turn your automatic spell check on your Microsoft Word 2010 document. It ensures that all the spelling checks are dealt with while you are typing, without having to go back to the entire thing all over again. It is time saving and helps you maintain quality. You can follow some quick steps and put a clean piece of content together. Here’s how:
1. Open a Word document
2. Click on the “File” menu
3. Got to “Options”
4. Select “Proofing” and navigate to When correcting spelling and grammar in Word section.
5. This has a checkbox with label as “Check spelling as you type”.
6. By checking this field, you can turn on the automatic spell check as you type in Word 2010.
7. Click “OK”
This way you can be rest assured about any errors in your content. Get working!