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Hi..

we are developing a forum.For that i need to do spell check when a user want to post a message.
How can i achieve this.can anybody send me some sample code or what steps i need to follow to achieve this.

its vvv urgent .........



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Old July 17th, 2008, 01:18 AM
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U need to use third party control for this purpose. RadControls are found to good and easy to use. U can use Rad Spell Checker if feel easy.



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Ali Irfan


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