HTML Spell Checker


ASP.NET/HTML Spell Checker extension

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by Hal Hunt | September 27 2013

I have Visual Studio 2012 Ultimate (11.0.60610.01 Update 3) and Microsoft Word 2013 (15.0.4535.1000) MSO (15.0.4517.1504) 64-bit and this extension doesn't appear to work at all. The first time I ran Spell Checker from the VS Tools menu it crashed. Subsequent attempts to run the extension do nothing. I seem to recall using this extension in the past with older versions of VS and Word and it worked flawlessly. Please fix!!!

by Vaso Elias | August 14 2013

I use it on daily basis, well done, perfect to see quickly any spell errors.

by Peter_D503 | August 13 2013

Excellent work - love the purple underling of the error in the Source view and the spelling suggestions.

Would like a Design view option, but am not complaining.

by siva.katir | June 01 2013

Working perfectly, thank you so much!

by sampathSL | May 25 2013

Nice.It's working with VS 2012 Ultimate.Thanks for Author.

by Mads Kristensen | May 13 2013

Best spell checker for VS!

by Adam G in MN | October 05 2012

says it works for VS 2012, but it doesn't for me. I have VS 2012 Pro (11.0.50727.1 RTMREL). Package says I don't have a supported version. Looking forward to this though once this is fixed.

Mikhail Arkhipov October 08 2012
| Edit |

Updated for VS Pro - please try it out. Thanks.

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  • Visual Studio 2013 Preview
    1 Posts | Last post August 14, 2013
    • Hi Mikhail, any night build for Visual Studio 2013 Preview? Thank you!
  • Spell check for TFS work items
    1 Posts | Last post January 16, 2013
    • Anyway to make this work in Team work items?  We find a lot of bug descriptions and other types of work items with spelling mistakes.  Would be great to use it there as well.
  • Disable spell checking under <% %> tags
    1 Posts | Last post November 08, 2012
    • How to disable spell checking on an .aspx-page inside the special ASP.NET tags like <% %> or <%= %> ?