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*White, Ian A.
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Spelling Check

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07-26-2001 06:10 AM
I did a spelling check on a drawing that contained the word AUTOCAD
and 2002 came back and flagged it as a spelling error and suggested
AUTO CAD.

Well, the drawing also had an instance of AutoCAD, and this was not
flagged as a spelling error.

I wonder why the spelling checker did not suggest AutoCAD when it came
across AUTOCAD?

Regards,

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Ian A. White, CPEng
WAI Engineering
Sydney 2000
Australia

Ph: +61 418 203 229
Fax: +61 2 9622 0450
Home Page: www.wai.com.au
*Saadallah, Dean
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Re: Spelling Check

07-26-2001 12:36 PM in reply to: *White, Ian A.
AutoCAD is how Autodesk spells the product name I believe, and
for some reason any other spelling is considered two words.

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Dean Saadallah
www.pendean.com
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"Ian A. White" wrote in message
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> I did a spelling check on a drawing that contained the word
AUTOCAD
> and 2002 came back and flagged it as a spelling error and
suggested
> AUTO CAD.
>
> Well, the drawing also had an instance of AutoCAD, and this was
not
> flagged as a spelling error.
>
> I wonder why the spelling checker did not suggest AutoCAD when
it came
> across AUTOCAD?
>
> Regards,
>
> --
>
> Ian A. White, CPEng
> WAI Engineering
> Sydney 2000
> Australia
>
> Ph: +61 418 203 229
> Fax: +61 2 9622 0450
> Home Page: www.wai.com.au
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