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Using Delphi with MS-Word 2000 and newer for spellchecking (CSAPI)

Hi

I'm looking for a spellchecking component that uses the spell check engine
provided by Microsoft Office.

For a long time I've been using the TSpellChecker-component written by
Alezander Obukov with great succes (Spellers.Pas). Unfortunately this
component only supports The Office 97 way of doing spellchecking. It doesn't
handle newer versions of MS-Office.

Does anybode here know a component I can use for spellchecking using newer
versions of Office? A reference to a component doing the trick would be OK!

Thanks in advance

Michael Engesgaard
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d3lph1Commented:
Try Spellcheck via MS Word v.23 at torry site

http://www.torry.net/spellcheckers.htm
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MickeyEAuthor Commented:
Hi d3lph1

Thanks for your comment. I was hoping for a way to directly accessing the dll (msspell*.dll) as Spellers.Pas does it on the office 97-version dll, since the overhead of instantiating Word is too large.

Additionally I use my own spellcheck dialogs, and not the ones supplied with word.
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