If you go to the url below and download 4Spell it does what you are looking
for and more.
I have it set using the clip below.
hope it helps.
^!Shell "C:\Program Files\4Spell\4spell.exe" ^$GetShort("^##")$
----- Original Message -----
From: "note_ed" <ste-m@...>
Sent: Wednesday, January 09, 2002 7:29 PM
Subject: [Clip] Spell Check
> I would like to be able to spell check all topics in an outline
> file. The in-built NoteTab functionality for this only allows me to
> spell check individual topics, and so I'm looking for a way to do it
> with a clip.
> I can cycle through topics easily enough, but I've been trying to
> figure out how to automatically send a key press to the OK button in
> the information dialog box that is displayed at the end of spell
> checking a topic.
> Does anyone have any ideas or suggestions on how I can do this or
> perhaps another method by which I could spell check the outline file.
> Its probably worth mentioning that I have considered dumping the
> outline file contents (without the outline file header) into a
> temporary file, spell checking that, and then putting it back into
> the outline document. This does however lose some of the context of
> topic selection and would include odd looking sections (the topic
> headings), whereas the previous solution would not.
> Stephen Millard.
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