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spell checking VS2008

I have found articles on line about using word interop for spell checking
with visual studio applications.

Most of the articles are several years old, though - VS2003, maybe 2005. I
couldn't find anything for VS2008.

Are there any new improvements in spell checking with VS2008?

Thanks
Bill
Oct 7 '08 #1
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Bill:
The WPF element "TextBox" has spell checking, just need to set
"true" the property SpeelCheck.Enable:

<TextBox SpellCheck.IsEnabled="True">...</TextBox>
Gustavo A. Cantero
CEO - Scientia® Soluciones Informáticas
MCP - MCSD - MCTS
http://www.scientia.com.ar
http://www.programandoamedianoche.com
http://foro.scientia.com.ar

-----Mensaje original-----
De: BillE [mailto:be****@datamti.com]
Expuesto a las: Martes, 07 de Octubre de 2008 12:01 p.m.
Expuesto en: microsoft.public.dotnet.general
Conversación: spell checking VS2008
Asunto: spell checking VS2008

I have found articles on line about using word interop for spell
checking
with visual studio applications.

Most of the articles are several years old, though - VS2003, maybe 2005.
I
couldn't find anything for VS2008.

Are there any new improvements in spell checking with VS2008?

Thanks
Bill
Oct 7 '08 #2
How about for a standard windows forms project?
Thanks!
Bill

"Gustavo Cantero" <g.*******@scientia.com.arwrote in message
news:24FB50F6324046B09DD489B39B7E3C46@CATALINA...
Bill:
The WPF element "TextBox" has spell checking, just need to set
"true" the property SpeelCheck.Enable:

<TextBox SpellCheck.IsEnabled="True">...</TextBox>
Gustavo A. Cantero
CEO - Scientia® Soluciones Informáticas
MCP - MCSD - MCTS
http://www.scientia.com.ar
http://www.programandoamedianoche.com
http://foro.scientia.com.ar

-----Mensaje original-----
De: BillE [mailto:be****@datamti.com]
Expuesto a las: Martes, 07 de Octubre de 2008 12:01 p.m.
Expuesto en: microsoft.public.dotnet.general
Conversación: spell checking VS2008
Asunto: spell checking VS2008

I have found articles on line about using word interop for spell
checking
with visual studio applications.

Most of the articles are several years old, though - VS2003, maybe 2005.
I
couldn't find anything for VS2008.

Are there any new improvements in spell checking with VS2008?

Thanks
Bill


Oct 7 '08 #3
Bill:
For Windows Forms needs to use third part component. Look this,
it's free: http://sourceforge.net/projects/netspell/

Gustavo A. Cantero
CEO - Scientia® Soluciones Informáticas
MCP - MCSD - MCTS
http://www.scientia.com.ar
http://www.programandoamedianoche.com
http://foro.scientia.com.ar

-----Mensaje original-----
De: BillE [mailto:be****@datamti.com]
Expuesto a las: Martes, 07 de Octubre de 2008 12:18 p.m.
Expuesto en: microsoft.public.dotnet.general
Conversación: spell checking VS2008
Asunto: Re: spell checking VS2008

How about for a standard windows forms project?
Thanks!
Bill

"Gustavo Cantero" <g.*******@scientia.com.arwrote in message
news:24FB50F6324046B09DD489B39B7E3C46@CATALINA...
Bill:
The WPF element "TextBox" has spell checking, just need to set
"true" the property SpeelCheck.Enable:

<TextBox SpellCheck.IsEnabled="True">...</TextBox>
Gustavo A. Cantero
CEO - Scientia® Soluciones Informáticas
MCP - MCSD - MCTS
http://www.scientia.com.ar
http://www.programandoamedianoche.com
http://foro.scientia.com.ar

-----Mensaje original-----
De: BillE [mailto:be****@datamti.com]
Expuesto a las: Martes, 07 de Octubre de 2008 12:01 p.m.
Expuesto en: microsoft.public.dotnet.general
Conversación: spell checking VS2008
Asunto: spell checking VS2008

I have found articles on line about using word interop for spell
checking
with visual studio applications.

Most of the articles are several years old, though - VS2003, maybe
2005.
I
couldn't find anything for VS2008.

Are there any new improvements in spell checking with VS2008?

Thanks
Bill


Oct 7 '08 #4
Gracias!
"Gustavo Cantero" <g.*******@scientia.com.arwrote in message
news:60C333A1C9014BA4BEC7D7603685E243@CATALINA...
Bill:
For Windows Forms needs to use third part component. Look this,
it's free: http://sourceforge.net/projects/netspell/

Gustavo A. Cantero
CEO - Scientia® Soluciones Informáticas
MCP - MCSD - MCTS
http://www.scientia.com.ar
http://www.programandoamedianoche.com
http://foro.scientia.com.ar

-----Mensaje original-----
De: BillE [mailto:be****@datamti.com]
Expuesto a las: Martes, 07 de Octubre de 2008 12:18 p.m.
Expuesto en: microsoft.public.dotnet.general
Conversación: spell checking VS2008
Asunto: Re: spell checking VS2008

How about for a standard windows forms project?
Thanks!
Bill

"Gustavo Cantero" <g.*******@scientia.com.arwrote in message
news:24FB50F6324046B09DD489B39B7E3C46@CATALINA...
>Bill:
The WPF element "TextBox" has spell checking, just need to set
"true" the property SpeelCheck.Enable:

<TextBox SpellCheck.IsEnabled="True">...</TextBox>
Gustavo A. Cantero
CEO - Scientia® Soluciones Informáticas
MCP - MCSD - MCTS
http://www.scientia.com.ar
http://www.programandoamedianoche.com
http://foro.scientia.com.ar

-----Mensaje original-----
De: BillE [mailto:be****@datamti.com]
Expuesto a las: Martes, 07 de Octubre de 2008 12:01 p.m.
Expuesto en: microsoft.public.dotnet.general
Conversación: spell checking VS2008
Asunto: spell checking VS2008

I have found articles on line about using word interop for spell
checking
with visual studio applications.

Most of the articles are several years old, though - VS2003, maybe
2005.
>I
couldn't find anything for VS2008.

Are there any new improvements in spell checking with VS2008?

Thanks
Bill



Oct 7 '08 #5

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