1 In the Character palette, choose a language from the pop-up menu at the bottom of the palette. This sets the dictionary for spell-checking.
2 Do one of the following:
• To check specific text, select the text.
• To check a word, place an insertion point in the word.
3 Choose Edit > Check Spelling.
4 As Photoshop finds unfamiliar words and other possible errors, do one of the following:
• Click Ignore to continue checking spelling without changing text. Click Ignore All to ignore the word for the rest of the spell-check.
• To correct a misspelling, make sure the correctly spelled word is in the Change To text box and click Change. If the suggested word is not the word you want, you can select a different word in the Suggestions text box or enter the word in the Change To text box.
• To correct a repeated misspelling in a document, make sure the correctly spelled word is in the Change To text box and click Change All.
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