Total Access Speller User ManualTotal Access Speller User Manual for Microsoft Access

Total Access Speller is an add-in for Microsoft Access that makes it easy to spell check your object properties and designs. Access includes a spell checker, but it only handles data in tables. What about typos in your forms, reports, labels, captions and validation text? No matter how much work you do to make your Access applications fast and reliable, your users (and your boss) see and remember the typos in your user interface and reports.

At FMS, we believe documentation is critical to your ability to maximize the value of our software products. The user manual is 48 pages and fully indexed to make it easy to learn about Total Access Speller, how to Start Spell Checking, Apply Changes, and troubleshooting tips.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction

  • About Total Access Speller
  • Program Highlights
  • Enhancements in This Version
  • Enhancements from Previous Versions
  • Visit Our Web Site

Chapter 2: Installing Total Access Speller

  • Available Versions
  • System Requirements
  • Installing Total Access Speller
  • Using the Update Wizard
  • Uninstalling Total Access Speller

Chapter 3: Using Total Access Speller

  • Starting Total Access Speller
  • Main Menu
  • Start Spell Checking
  • Spell Checking Your Text
  • Apply Changes
  • Editing the Property List
  • Program Options

Chapter 4: Troubleshooting and Support

  • Support Resources
  • Web Site Support
  • Technical Support Options
  • Contacting Technical Support


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"Total Access Speller is a solid product. If you need spell checking in your applications, you should get Total Access Speller."

Paul Litwin, Editor, Smart Access Product Review

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