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Oxygen XML Editor includes an automatic (as-you-type) spell checking feature, as well as a manual spell checking action to open a Spelling dialog box that offers a variety of options.

To manually check spelling in the current document, use the Check Spelling action on the toolbar or from the Edit menu.

Figure: Check Spelling Dialog Box

The Spelling dialog box contains the following:
Unrecognized word
Displays the word that cannot be found in the selected dictionary. The word is also highlighted in the XML document.
Replace with
The character string that will replace the misspelled word.
Displays a list of words suggested to replace the unknown word. Double-click a word to automatically insert it in the document and resume the spell checking process.
Default language
Allows you to select the default language dictionary used by the spelling engine.
Paragraph language
In an XML document, you can mix content written in multiple languages. You can set the language code in the lang or xml:lang attribute for any particular section and Oxygen XML Editor will automatically instruct the spell checker engine to apply the appropriate language dictionary for that section.
Begin at cursor position
Instructs the spell checker to begin checking the document starting from the current cursor position.
Action Buttons
Use this button to replace the unrecognized word with the selected word from the Replace with field.
Replace All
Use this button to replace all occurrences of the unrecognized word with the selected word from the Replace with field.
Ignores the first occurrence of the unrecognized word and allows you to continue checking the document. Oxygen XML Editor skips the content of the XML elements marked to be ignored.
Ignore All
Ignores all instances of the unrecognized word in the current document.
Adds the unrecognized word to the list of valid words.
Opens the Spell Check preferences page where you can configure various options in regards to the feature.