If you watched the first lesson (and I hope you did) I made a comment about why I don't like to directly type into the Duxbury program. Once the program has translated my document, I find that I have to do a lot of direct input especially when I am working with math. But to type in words, I rather just use MSWord.
I wanted to show you however how to use the spell check feature in Duxbury. There is an accompanying video showing this as well.
Step 1: When you finished typing, you will make sure to check spelling. It's important because you can't spell check once the document has been translated.
Step 2: Click on the Edit menu and select Spell check. Or you can use the shortcut key SHIFT+F11.
Step 3: When a mistake is found, a screen will pop to tell you that there is a mistake and will ask you to make a choice.
Step 4: Click on Replace then select the correct spelling/word.
You will continue to do that for the entire document. Please remember to complete this step prior to translating the document into braille because once you translate the program will not allow you to spell check. It is grayed out.
Well, I hope this was helpful. If you want to watch this tutorial click here. If you have any questions, please post a comment and I will get back to you!