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CRM- Spell Checker in CRM

Author Name: Christian Gosselin

Ability to run the MS Word spell checker in MDCRM forms.

Status: Under Review
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Regular Visitor
Status changed to: Under Review
 
Regular Visitor
I agree. Every person that I train on CRM asks for the spell checker - particularly when using the e-mail function as they want the same functionality as MS Outlook.
Regular Visitor
Thanks for submitting this suggestion. There is an earlier suggestion that is tracking this requested functionality. Please follow this link to vote for the previous suggestion so that we can fully capture the impact of the feature suggestion. http://connect.microsoft.com/dynamics/feedback/ViewFeedback.aspx?FeedbackID=377894 Thanks again for the feedback! Rich Dickinson
Regular Visitor
Users frequently request the ability to spell check an email before sending. This is out-of-the box functionality with many web-based email clients but not possible with CRM
Regular Visitor
Whatever the resolution was for this item - the link shown no longer works and i do not think this is Resolved at all - we are CRM4 latest Roll Up and there is no Spell Checker in the system
Regular Visitor
Can someone please repost the solution to this issue? the link no longer works. Is external related to the possible external third-party options? (speckie, iespell, espell) which all have a fee and as noted should be part of all MS suites? thanks in advance.
Regular Visitor
This has been resolved as part of modern browsers supporting spellchecking. This works in IE 11, Firefox and Chrome. Thanks Shilpa
Regular Visitor

no need in any spell checking it is browser task to do it for you

New Member

I'm sorry, but relying on a browser based spell-check isn't adequate. Dynamics needs the same spell-check capability that is available in many other Microsoft products.

New Member

Browser spell check works in most circumstances but not all. 

 

Whilst you edit an email you can see spelling mistakes but get no suggested corrections. As right click opens custom cut/paste dialog.

 

And what about a fully functional approach (like Word / Outlook) with grammar checking etc.