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How to use & check Grammar & Style in C# using office.interop.word
(e.g) Capitalization, Contractions, Misused words, Noun phrases.
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There is not much you can do, except YourDocument.CheckGrammar,

This launch the grammar checker, but since Word does not offer an event to trap the errors, you have no way to control what happens through your code. This simply launch the grammar checker and the user is the one who need to react and decide if he goes on or not after performing each correction.
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