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General Information
About Interactive Calendar
Features Overview
Installation and system requirements
Interface types and colors
Multilanguage interface
Information about updates
Working with Interactive Calendar
Interactive Calendar overview
Desktop Calendar
Main window
Adding/Editing appointment
Recurrence - advanced options
Deleting appointments
Interactive Calendar - Print
Working with text and descriptions
Previewing and printing report
Program's options
General options
General Options
Calendar preferences
Text Editor options
Interface Fonts options
Desktop options
Desktop Calendar options
Calendar Fonts options
Working with databases
Search in database
Copyright and License
Copyright and License
Technical support
Technical support



Interactive Calendar has a spell-checking feature. You can check spelling not only in the main text editor. This function will work and for any text box in the program if "Tools - Automatic spell-checking" option is turned on.

To run spell-checking manually click the "Spell Checking" button in the text editor or press F7 button on your keyboard.


Spelling Options


To access spelling options click the "Tools - Spelling Options" main menu item. You will see a dialog box:




Here you can change various spelling options, edit custom dictionary and manage added dictionaries.


How to add a dictionary


To add a dictionary click the "Tools - Add Dictionary" main menu item. You will see a dialog box:




Interactive Calendar supports Hunspell dictionaries. You can download them at our website.

When you download the dictionary package, please unpack it into "...\Interactive Calendar\Dictionaries\" folder, add a path to .aff and .dic files into the "Add Dictionary" window and select language. When you click OK, the dictionary will be added and turned on.


If you not found a dictionary for your language at our website, please note that Hunspell is the spell checker of LibreOffice, OpenOffice.org, Mozilla Firefox 3 & Thunderbird, Google Chrome, and it is also used by proprietary software packages, like Mac OS X, InDesign, memoQ, Opera and SDL Trados. Try to find the necessary files in Internet.

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