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    We are running the imbedded version of SPS on our 2003 server as our Intranet for the company. My boss approached me today asking if there was a way to incorporate a "Spell Check" into the interface. (The toolbar has everything listed BUT a spell checker) I have found a couple of web based spell checkers (as SPS is web based when they are posting announcements) but they are too pricey for me to approach the boss with. In another post, it was stated that spellcheck should be integrated with the Office Suite. (But like I said, the SPS is web based from the useage point of our end users) Is there a way to incorporate the spell check feature from Office? Or is there something within Sharepoint that allows this?
    Any help would be greatly appreciated
    Thanks
    Shane
    --I love me and I think everyone should...

    --Insanity is just another state of mind...

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    Re: Sharepoint Question

    The SBS doesn't contain Share Point - and instead contain mini Share Point named Share Point Services.
    There need to understand in what stage/scenario should working etc. before find the correct solution.

    http://download.microsoft.com/downlo...t_Services.ppt

    Regards,

    Yuval
    Best Regards,

    Yuval Sinay

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yuval14, Blog: http://blogs.microsoft.co.il/blogs/yuval14

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    • #3
      Re: Sharepoint Question

      Originally posted by yuval14
      The SBS doesn't contain Share Point - and instead contain mini Share Point named Share Point Services.
      There need to understand in what stage/scenario should working etc. before find the correct solution.

      http://download.microsoft.com/downlo...t_Services.ppt

      Regards,

      Yuval
      I think you may have misread a bit. I am not running SBS, this is 2003 Standard that I am running. The SPS I was referring to was an abbreviation for Share Point Services. (Understandable mistake)

      With this in sight, is there a solution?
      Thanks
      --I love me and I think everyone should...

      --Insanity is just another state of mind...

      --Procrastination is like masturbation. It feels good at the time but in the end you're only f*cking yourself.

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      • #4
        Re: Sharepoint Question

        Unfortunately the IE based spell checkers out there that are free are usually only free for personal use and if used commercially will cost you something. One of the less expensive alternatives I have seen is ieSpell The cost is based on a sliding scale and there is mention of a site license but I don't see a cost for it on their webs ite.

        An alternative would be to have your users do all their typing in Word and spell check it there before copying and pasting into SharePoint but I think it's safe to say we both know that won't happen.

        Hope that helps.

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