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vb.net french spell check

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Hi,

I'm wondering if there a way to include a french spell checker on a rich text box I have in my app. I heard that the word spellchecker can be used somehow but I'm not sure where to start with the code.

Thank you,
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Ioannis Paraskevopoulos earned 500 total points
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Hi,

You can check a video here on how to do this using office word.

The class you are referring to is SpellCheck Class and it applies to WPF.

Giannis
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It doesn't seem to function well, but I found an extension that could work but I have no idea how to implement the code in vb.net

Has anyone every used nhunspell before? http://nhunspell.sourceforge.net/
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