In this post we will discuss about spell checker in infopath in the browser enabled forms. But spell checker is disabled in browser enabled forms.
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Actually browser forms don't support everything. Application like word use auto-language detection to determine where to start and stop the spell checking. InfoPath just assumes the default language.
So Microsoft is recomending to use ieSpell: To enable this valuable feature for browser forms, we recommend pointing your customers to an Internet Explorer extension called ieSpell. It will check the spelling in your document, just like you would expect it to; you even get to store your personal word list or (clever!) point ieSpell to a Microsoft Office dictionary.
After filling out a form, hit the ieSpell button and it pops up a dialog, similar to the Microsoft Office spell check. If you want to know the meaning of the word, the thesaurus is just a click away.
Installing the program is quick and easy. Download from here
(free for non-commercial use). When you're done, you will see a new button in the IE toolbar, as well as a new Tools menu item.