I don`t think the forum posting editor has a built-in spell checker, but you can install a plug-in for your web browser that will allow you to easily spell check your messages on this or any website before you submit them:
IESpell - An Internet Explorer spell checker
SpellBound - A spell checker for Firefox
Both work quite well and are easy to install. They`re both freeware too.
No.. Noo... No... I wasn`t trying to be rude... it`s the way you put things... iouone... We are not from another country... We can spell. Just some of us are developers... (Coders) and one thing you loose when you sit on your computer all day coding in coldfusion, asp, php.. is your grammer.
Which is why, as a Business owner I have to start hiring people that code, so I can concentrate on installing a spell checker on my computer and write neat letters with proper punctuation and spelling..
This site will help you it free. Cut and paste you work into the free spell checker then cut and paste back into you post.
http://www.spellcheck.net/ Click on link spell check
Regards Michael Clayton (rexiedexie)
Was not offended.. Its just that the topic was to vague... she/he could have elaborated more on the topic...