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    marilynk2 posted:
    Any chance for spell check in the tool bar next to bold,italics, and underline, etc?

    PLEASE

    Marilyn
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    Emma_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hey Maryilyn,

    I believe they have heard that request, unfortunately I don't know if it's something they are able to do or not. I'll let you know if they let me know. If you use fire fox for a browser when the red line comes up under a word it means it's misspelled and if you right click on it fire fox will bring up suggestions of ways to spell it right.

    Hope that helps for now,
    Emma


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