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This article discloses a function which enables the operator to check the spelling of words in selected pages of a document by specifying page numbers in a prompted menu.
English (United States)
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Spelling Check for Selected Pages
This article discloses a function which enables the operator to check the
spelling of words in selected pages of a document by specifying page numbers in
a prompted menu.
The operator invokes the Check Document spelling task through
the system menu and is prompted for the document name. The Check
Document Menu is then displayed as follows:
Kind of Spelling Check:
Options: Prompted, Automatic
System Page Number(s): A list of pages, separated by spaces, to
be fetched by the system in the order in which they are listed.
If the page number parameter is not specified, the entire document
will be fetched. Otherwise, one or more desired page numbers are
specified, separated by spaces (e.g., a single space between each two
pages). Page numbers may have the form xxxx.y.z, where x, y, and z
are numerics (0-9). A maximum number of characters and pages may be
specified in the function as a design option. If greater than the
page maximum is specified in the page name list, the page name list
will be placed in the menu, and the following message will be
displayed on the message line:
Too many pages listed. If the Check Document task is selected
with no spelling language dictionary loaded, the system will display
the following immediate message:
Invalid choice. No language dictionary chosen.
If all pages of the document were selected for spell check, the system
initiates the process at the beginning of the do...