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Polish spell-checker
Thread poster: francis_agui
francis_agui
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Sep 14, 2005

Does anyone know where I could get hold of a Polish spell-checker?

Thanks in advance.

Ps. I would not mind buying it over the internet.


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Iza Szczypka  Identity Verified
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Simple solution Sep 14, 2005

Look for "kontroler pisowni" on Google, as I've just done - you'll find something suitable.

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Robert Zawadzki  Identity Verified
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I'd get one that comes with Polish Word. Sep 15, 2005

It's not perfect, but it's a standard. In case you do not have a Polish spellchecker in your version of Word (2003), you should get
Proofing Tools 2003 Spell Checker Language Tools


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xxxMarc P  Identity Verified
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Polish spell-checker Sep 15, 2005

Alternatives to Microsoft's proofing tools, less convenient but free:

aspell.sourceforge.net (Aspell spelling checker)
www.kurnik.pl/dictionary/ (Polish dictionary for Aspell)
www.omegat.org/omegat/omegatk/extspell-1.1.2.zip (very basic GUI for Aspell)

Should you switch from MS Office to OpenOffice.org (OOo), OOo has over fifty free spelling dictionaries, including Polish:

lingucomponent.openoffice.org/spell_dic.html

HTH,
Marc


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