Spell checking on the web

Do you use web-based e-mail services like Hotmail, Gmail, Yahoo! mail and others?  Do you use web-based forms for ordering services and products, to submit feedback or to submit content to web sites?

If you do — and I suspect most people reading this do at least one of those things — you'll find this little tool invaluable.

ieSpell is a spell checker for Internet Exploder… er… uh… I meant Internet Explorer.  It installs itself as a Browser Helper Object (BHO) within IE and can then be used to check spelling in any IE-based web form.

I've been using ieSpell for a few weeks and already find it invaluable.  It certainly helps when I'm working on stories for my site or using web-based e-mail.

ieSpell is free for personal use and contains no adware or spyware (there are licensing costs for business use).  It literally is a free, no-strings-attached software product that you'll undoubtedly find to be of the "how did I live without this?" caliber.

Go grab a copy of ieSpell today and see if it doesn't make a difference in your online life.  If you find the program useful at all, don't hesitate to make a donation to help keep this great tool in development.

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