There are a number of ways to make sure errant spellings don’t enter your web. First, you can have FrontPage flag misspelled words as you type them. To use this feature, choose Tools, Page Options and enable the Check Spelling As You Type option. FrontPage will place a wavy red line under any words it doesn’t recognize. You can correct spelling then and there, or you can come back to it later.Second, you can run a spell-check after you’ve finished typing your text. Using the spell-checker is pretty intuitive, so we’ll just tell you how to get to it. To check spelling on a page in Page view, start the spell-checker in one of these three ways:

Press F7.
Click the Spelling button on the Standard toolbar. Choose Tools, Spelling.

Checking spelling on multiple pages
To check spelling on multiple pages or over your entire web, start by switching to Folders view. If you want to spell-check multiple pages–but not the whole web–open the appropriate folder in the left-hand Folder list window and select the individual files in the right-hand window. To select adjacent files, press the first file, hold down the Shift key, and press the last file you want to check. To select nonadjacent files, click on one of the files, hold down the Ctrl key, and click each file you want to check.

Once you’ve selected the appropriate files, launch the spell-checker. When the Spelling dialog box opens, specify whether you want to check the spelling of the selected pages or the entire web. You can also have FrontPage add a task for each page that has misspellings by selecting the Options check box. The task will remind you to correct the misspellings later.

Written by Bala Krishna

Bala Krishna is web developer and occasional blogger from Bhopal, MP, India. He like to share idea, issue he face while working with the code.