Most browsers have spell-check enabled by default. If yours doesn’t, follow these directions to enable spell-check for Chrome, Firefox, Edge, or Safari.


Step 1: Select the Menu button (three dots) in the upper right corner and then click Settings.

Step 2: Click the drop-down arrow next to Advanced in the left navigation menu and choose Languages. (You can also find the Languages section by scrolling down on the Settings page.)

Step 3: Click the toggle to enable spell-check.


Step 1: Select the Menu button (three horizontal lines) in the upper right corner and then click Options (on a Mac, look for Preferences).

Step 2: Under Language and Appearance, select Check your spelling as you type.


Edge uses Windows’s built-in spell checker. To enable that, follow the instructions below.

Step 1: Click Start and type Settings. 

Step 2: Navigate to the Devices section and then click Typing.

Step 3: Under Spelling, click the toggle to enable autocorrect on misspelled words. 


Safari uses your Mac’s built-in spell checker.

Step 1: Go to the Edit menu.

Step 2: Select Spelling and Grammar.

Step 3: Select Check Spelling While Typing. 

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