AutoCorrectXT

AutoCorrectXT 4.0

Flag and correct misspelled words in Quark as you type, just like Microsoft Word.
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AthenaSoft

AthenaSoft AutoCorrectXT 4.0 for QuarkXPress is the professional choice for typographers when it comes to "as-you-type" spell checking and AutoCorrections in QuarkXPress documents. It provides a powerful combination of language based Auto Spelling dictionaries, and customized support for correcting misspelled words according to need as you type, enabling editors and typographers at every skill level to create lexically right QuarkXPress documents quickly. AutoCorrectXT 4.0 provides the tools professionals need in an integrated, streamlined environment. AutoCorrectXT 4.0 can be used with any form of QuarkXPress story be it shared or synchronized. AutoCorrectXT 4.0 has two flavors now. One with the Arabic Spell Checking Support in addition to the nine languages and the other without it. Arabic Spell Checking incorporates infix and ignores diacritic rules. AutoCorrectXT 4.0 now comes with a new feature of 'On Demand' Spell Checking for an XPress story. A user can spell check the entire story with just a click in the Utilities Menu. Spelling suggestions are easily accessible through a floating menu that can be invoked by just a mouse over the marked words. You can also add words to the user dictionary. These words are ignored while spellchecking. The words are added as belonging to the currently used language. The words are persisted in your local preferences so that they can be used across sessions. The words in the custom dictionary can be added or removed from the "Edit custom Dictionaries" dialog.
What's new in this version:
Auto apply bullets and numbering Remove bullets and numbering using delete key Merge AutoSpell user dictionaries Edit user dictionaries through UI Preference to ignore words with numerals Reformed, Swiss German support Menu for whole project AutoSpell Intuitive AutoCorrectXT utility submenu Preference to enable/disable AutoSpell Preference to ignore initial...

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