captainplanet wrote:RufioRufio wrote:captainplanet wrote:RufioRufio wrote:This post is for the truly inept.
So I had a proctor who said there was no spell check feature when I didn't see it, and I just kind of took it at face value. So now I'm upset about that. Anybody think this sort of things is a big deal? Obviously a few typos isn't bad, but do most people use the feature?
Also, the other question I asked the proctor was whether I could make the screen wider (usually the cursor can expand the screen moderately, at least it did on the Mock Exam). Nonetheless, I used what couldn't have been much larger than a 3inch by 4inch tiny word prompt for the duration of the essays. Anyone have any tips, aside from enlarging the font, for making the typing area take more than 1/4 of the screen?
Thanks for anyone that helps!!!!
On the mock exam, you could hide the various other windows, like the side bar and the window at the top saying "Question 1." Try that.
Got it, I see it now. Thanks! I can't believe I missed that. I was so preoccupied with just trying to finish on time. My eyes are killing me now.
Is there a spell check?
Yes, it looks like the Word spell check symbol but tinier (ABC with a check mark under it). It's where the other formatting type buttons are.
Crap. Thanks. Feel as though everyone knew this except me. FML.