Spelling Made Simple Microsoft Office Add-in User Guide
When the Spelling Made Simple Office add-in is installed and
Microsoft Word is started, a new button will be shown in the upper right. This
is next to all the other small icons in the toolbar as shown in
Add-in in Toolbar
To check your document with the Spelling Made Simple Office
add-in click the button shown in
The spell check window will be shown with a few changes. If
you want the misspelled words to be placed into the spelling made simple
software make sure the corresponding checkbox is checked in the lower left.
to the right. These are the
users that are already created in Spelling
Made Simple. If you need to create a different
startup Spelling Made Simple and create the
there. When a button is green, that means that the word will be sent to
Spelling Made Simple. You can also just double click the correct word and it
will make the change and send the word to Spelling Made Simple. The change typo
button tells the software to change the misspelling, but not to send the word
to Spelling Made Simple. This is shown in
When you start a new email in Outlook the same button will be
at the top of the email. When you are finished with the email, save it and
press the button. A warning will probably be shown as in
Figure 4. This is a warning that is shown when an add-in tries to do
anything in Outlook (The message does not describe what is really happening.
The add-in does not access any email addresses
on your computer). This is a security feature from Microsoft to prevent any
unauthorized programs from running.
Given that you are the one who wants the
add-in to run, click the yes to continue.
Outlook Script Warning
You will have the same spell check box as in
to check your email.
To check the status of the add-in click the Office Add-in
Status option in your start menu under Spelling Made Simple as shown in
If for some reason the software had an error, Microsoft Office
will disable the add-in. To re-enable it start this status window and click the
enable button to the left. This window is shown in
Figure 6. If you want to disable the add-in click disable. The status will
turn red as shown in
7. The button will still show up in Office, but will not do
anything when clicked. To remove the button too, reset the standard toolbar.
Status of Add-in
When Add-in is Disabled