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With Google Apps, such as Google Sheets, businesses have a powerful cloud-based spreadsheet creation tool. While Sheets does offer a wide variety of useful functions and features, there are some that have been missing. One such feature is Spell Check. If you have missed this, don’t dismay. In fact, Google has recently implemented Spell Check for Google Sheets?
When Google introduced their new version of Google Sheets they brought back a much requested feature – Spell Check. In Google Sheets, Spell Check works much the same as it does in other apps like Docs; you can select whether to check the entire sheet, worksheets, columns, and even individual cells.
In order for this feature to work best you need to ensure that the spreadsheets you are using are created using the new version of Google Sheets. You can check this by looking for a green checkmark on the lower-right of the file you would like to check for spelling.
This checkmark indicates that the sheet is running the latest version of Google Sheets. You can then run Spell Check on the whole sheet by:
The Spell Check should highlight any errors, along with replacement suggestions. If there are errors you should see a drop-down window open with options to:
If you would like to check either a column, row, or number of cells, you can do so by selecting this area first and then pressing Tools followed by Spelling. Interestingly enough, this feature is also available in sheets that were created in the older version of Google Sheets and then updated to the new version.
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Published on 30th July 2014 by Jeanne DeWitt.