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Spell Checker for Visual Studio 6 C++

Posted on 2000-02-23
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Looking for a spell checker that works under VC++. The checker should check _only_ my remarks (not source code, of course) for errors.
Know of such a tool?
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EddieVelasquez earned 800 total points
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Try spelly. Spelly is an addin for Developer Studio. the url is http://codeguru.developer.com/tools/spelly.shtml
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