Auto Spellcheck in R4.x

This action formula button will create an environment variable in NOTES.INI and spellcheck e-mail on sending. Users can enable or disable spellcheck just by clicking the action button.


Add this code as the first line of send action button formula in memo form.
@If (@Environment ("Spellchk") = "Yes";@Command([ToolsSpellCheck]);"");

Create 2 action buttons called Enable Spellcheck & Disable Spellcheck in Memo form.

Enable Spellcheck button formula:
ENVIRONMENT Spellchk := "Yes" ; @Prompt([OK]; "SpellCheck";"SpellCheck is enabled");@Command([RefreshHideFormulas]) ; NULL

Disable Spellcheck button formula:
ENVIRONMENT Spellchk := "No" ; @Prompt([OK]; "SpellCheck";"SpellCheck is disabled");@Command([RefreshHideFormulas]) ; NULL

Hide action formula for Enable SpellCheck action button:
@Environment ("Spellchk") = "Yes"

Hide action formula for Disable SpellCheck action button:
@Environment ("Spellchk") = "No"

This was last published in March 2001

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