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•Spell checker in Notes (from Wish list)

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    Tim HenslerTim Hensler shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →

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      • MikeMike commented  · 

        8 months later: Has spell check been added yet? There must be a reason why they took it out. Maybe different languages, translations, and archaic words was confusing for some when many words were underlined in read, that were intentional? This Forum has spelll check I notice.

        For those who still see a need for spell check within notes, has anybody found a good work around other than copying to word?

        Thanks a bunch...

      • AnonymousAnonymous commented  · 

        Note is where I type all my comments on the books I read. It is also where I write my Bible studies. I currently copy and past my notes to Word, spell check and correct them. I will then copy and past back to notes. The problem is that I have to do the same thing every time I add to or edit my note which is something I do very frequently. Adding a spell checker to notes will save me a lot of time which is what Logos is all about. I hope that a spell checking capability will be made available soon.

      • Jonathan MuirJonathan Muir commented  · 

        This is really needed by me since I use the Notes in Logos 4 a lot. Normally I type my notes in Logos 4 and then when I am finished I copy them to MS Word to spell check them. Even this comment box has a spell checker. I think my Bible Notes are far more important than this comment box and should have a spell checker. This would save me so much time.

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