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Errors Spell Checkers Do Not Correct and Style Sheet
Finance & CIS Faculty Works
  • Charles J. Higgins, Loyola Marymount University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
11-1-2011
Abstract
The article focuses on errors that are not corrected by spell checkers in writing programs and communication devices. It is said that spell checkers may change a written word to an unintended one, as well as may provide autocompletion. A list of words that spell checkers and auto completion programs may confuse is provided. Several words in which writing programs can do little to correct notational styles are also listed.
Citation Information

"Errors Spell Checkers Do Not Correct And Style Sheet," International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Volume 1, Number 16 [October 31, 2011].