Apps for checking text for Windows

Penyhyzupo

Member
Hi All,

I'm not sure that my question is relevant, but I certainly know there are many software experts. I don't want to get into all the details, so I'll be brief: I have to submit a paper (not a commercial, but academic text), and I'm looking for a way to edit it. I'm a poor writer, to say nothing of editing, that's why I rely on software.
 

ussnorway

Windows Forum Team
Staff member
Premium Supporter
there are lots of 'text to talk' options around... back in my tafe days I found it handy to let the computer [read] projects back to me before handing them in

be careful with any computer software when it comes to editing because most of them assume one spelling, for example downunder we put the U into colour and things like that just upset computers... in other words avoid Microsoft products and look for 3rd party options
 

davehc

Essential Member
Premium Supporter
It is a minor inconvenience. Mostly American spellers leave out the "u". Other countries, in general, when using their own versions, leave the "u" in. I just go ahead and accept American spelling anyway, when using a US oreinetated speller.

But, ussnorway's advice is worth noting.
 

easytools

Active Member
I'm a poor writer,

man, i believe, no tool but your brain is gonna help with that

you already know that, man, not sure why you'd waste ppl's time like that

man, you know about thermal paste, and then you somehow don't know anything about tools, and make a post like thiss, man?

fake all around, i can tell
 
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