Before you send on a translation, you are supposed to run spell checking on it.
memoQ uses either the spell checker - and grammar checker - from Microsoft Word, or - if it is not available - Hunspell, an open-source spell checker.
The spell checker will not be able to find all spelling errors. If you have Microsoft Office on your computer, and it has the language pack for your target language, you can choose from the Microsoft spell checker and Hunspell.
Normally, memoQ will underline supposed spelling errors with red, and grammar problems with blue. To correct an error, right-click the underlined word or sentence, and choose the suggestion from the menu - or edit the text manually.
You need the Spell checking window only if you want to go through all spelling and grammar warnings in one go, preferably before delivering the translation.
Copyright Notice for Hunspell
Spell check runs grammar, too: If Microsoft Word is on your computer, and it has the grammar checker for your target language, and it is turned off on the Spelling and Grammar pane of Options, memoQ will show grammar problems in the same window.
How to get here
3.On the Translation ribbon, click Spell check. Or, press F7.
The Spell checking window opens. It keeps you waiting until it finds the first spelling error.
What can you do?
Go through the spelling errors in the document, and decide what to do about each.
memoQ will show spelling errors in red, and grammar problems in green. Grammar problems will appear only if Microsoft Word is on the computer and it has the grammar checker for your target language.
When memoQ stops at an error, choose one of the following:
▪Correct the error just this once: From the Suggestions list, choose a suggestion, or type the correction in the Replacement box. Click Correct.
▪Correct the error everywhere in the document: From the Suggestions list, choose a suggestion, or type the correction in the Replacement box. Click Change all.
▪Ignore the error just this once: Click Skip.
▪Ignore the same error everywhere in the document: Click Skip All.
▪Tell memoQ that this is not a spelling error: Click Add. memoQ will add this to an ignore list.
If you start spell checking in the middle of a document, memoQ will start over at the end. To turn this off, clear the Wrap around check box.
Normally, memoQ does not check locked rows: To check them, check the Check locked rows check box.
Not all languages: Spell checking of Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese and Thai is not supported.
You can set up the spell checker and change the spell checking settings in the Spell checking window. To do that, click the Options tab. The settings are the same as in Spelling and Grammar in Options. (You cannot choose the language because this window works for the current target language.) To learn more: See Help about the Spelling and Grammar pane of Options.
When you finish
To return to the translation editor: Click Close.