Spell Check facility in the e-book
Many visitors of this web site asked a question:
"Is there a facility for spell check in this e-book?"
Of course, we have provided the spell check facility. For this purpose, we have created 8 custom dictionaries. There is a dictionary for each field in “Advanced Search”. While entering text, if a spelling mistake is made by the user, the e-book will look for most appropriate word and suggest it to the user. We show it by giving one example:
In the above screen, the user typed the following three word incorrectly:
The e-book suggested the following correct words:
All the above words are appropriate in the given sentence. So, we can click on 'Yes' button. However, another question arises:
"What happens if out of three misspelled words, the e-book suggested two appropriate words but one inappropriate word?"
In such case, we can click on "Further Assistance" button. For example, if we click on "Further Assistance" button in the screen shown above, we get suggestion for each individual word. We can select the word of our choice. Below, we show sample screen displayed by the e-book:
The above screen displays correction for first word. Once, we select the appropriate word and click on 'Change', we shall be getting the suggestion for next word and so on.
Another question was asked by users:
"Does the dictionary contains the proper noun words?"
Yes, it contain the name of people, places, judges, respondent, petitioner etc. which are appeared in Supreme Court Judgments.
For example, we have entered the following word (name of city: misspelled)
The e-book suggested the following word:
When we clicked on 'Further Assistance' button, the e-book has given the list of following words:
As the customized dictionaries are created from 'Full Text' of Supreme Court Judgments, the dictionary contains the proper noun words.
We request visitors to comment on this facility. We shall also be glad if user can put forth their questions which we can reply here.
P L Patodia, Excellent Software
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