Grammar Check Anywhere Adds To
- Advanced English Grammar Check.
- Advanced Spell Check.
- Thesaurus Lookup.
- Medical, Legal, 16 Foreign
Languages Spell Checking.
- Speed Typing
- Instantly works with all Windows programs.
Grammar Check Anywhere is a professional contextual grammar check and spell check
software that works with all Windows programs, including custom programs.
When a grammar mistake is found, Grammar Check Anywhere gives an
explanation of the grammar rule that has been broken with instructions how
to correct the grammar mistake. It also provides specific rewriting
suggestions for correcting each grammar mistake. See below, there are
examples of this in action.
How To Grammar Check And
Spell Check In Any Windows Program
Once Grammar Check Anywhere is installed, when the text you want to check is in focus,
in any program, press the F7 key on your keyboard to grammar and spell
You can change the F7 key to any key you desire.
Examples Of Grammar Mistakes & Corrections
Hover Over Each Number With The Mouse
As you see on the top, the document has a specific grammar
mistake highlighted. In the middle of the window, there is explanation of
what is the grammar mistake, and how to correct it. The bottom of the window
shows possible corrections to the grammar mistake found in your document.
Comprehensive Grammar Checking
Grammar checking covers a wide variety of common English grammatical
- Syntax errors: Errors in the order or arrangement of
words, such as writing I spoken to her yesterday instead of I
spoke or I had spoken.
Misused words: Using a word incorrectly, usually as
a result of confusing it with another word, such as I have taken her
advise instead of I have taken her advice, Its a beautiful
day instead of It's a beautiful day, and You're forms are
being mailed separately instead of Your forms are being mailed
Number agreement: Conflicts between a modifier and
the noun it modifies, such as Several car are illegally parked
instead of Several cars are illegally parked.
Subject-verb agreement: Conflicts between the
plurality of a verb and the subject it relates to, such as He don't
answer his phone instead of He doesn't answer his phone and
The student who write the best story will win a prize instead of
The student who writes the best story will win a prize.
Possessive errors: Incorrect possessive forms, such
as any one's else instead of any one else's and Mens's
coats are half price this week instead of Men's coats are half
price this week.
Capitalization errors: Starting a sentence with a
lower-case letter, or failing to capitalize a personal title, such as
writing dr. Brown instead of Dr. Brown.
Abbreviation form errors: Constructing abbreviations
incorrectly, such as writing eg. instead of e.g., or 9:00 am instead of
Number form errors: Using digits for small numbers (We
hired 4 new employees last month instead of We hired four new
employees last month).
Unbalanced punctuation: Extra or missing parentheses
("( and ")") or quotation marks.
Classified singulars: Describing a single object as
a class of objects, such as This is the sort of a car I want to buy
instead of This is the sort of car I want to buy.
Double comparisons: Using a comparative modifier
with an adjective or adverb which is itself comparative, such as more
quicker or most strongest.
Sentence fragments: Sentences missing predicates,
such as The man who I or The boy from the school.
Passive sentences: Sentences where the subject
follows the object, as in The report was filed by the committee
instead of The committee filed the report.
Incorrect prepositions: This color is the
opposite to that one instead of This color is the opposite of
Pronoun case errors: Use of nominative-case pronouns
where objective case is required, as in She mailed the package to
John and I instead of She mailed the package to John and me.
Double negatives: Needlessly or incorrectly negating
a negative, such as not uncommon instead of common or We don't have no insurance forms instead of
We don't have any
Wordy phrases: Verbose phrases that can be rewritten
more succinctly, such as We can make adjustments to the new policy if
necessary instead of We can adjust the new policy if necessary
or It goes without saying that production quality must be improved
instead of Clearly, production quality must be improved.
Redundant phrases: Phrases where the meaning of one
word implies the meaning of another, such as connect up instead
of just connect or large in size instead of just large.
Stilted words: "Fifty cent" words that can be
rewritten for clarity, such as cognizant instead of aware
and ostensible instead of apparent.
Awkward usage: Words and phrases that are too
informal or do not read well, such as The new photocopier is way
faster instead of The new photocopier is much faster, or That there file has to go back to Personnel instead of
has to go back to personnel.
Vague modifiers: Inaccurate or meaningless
modifiers, such as sort of difficult. These can be rewritten for
greater clarity and descriptiveness.
Jargon: Technical terms used in a non-technical
context, such as using parameters instead of limits or time frame instead of
Cliches: Overused phrases that can be rewritten more
concisely, such as Reorganizing the office will be easier said than
done instead of Reorganizing the office will be difficult.
Gender-specific terms: Terms that may imply gender
bias, such as chairman instead of chair or chairperson
and actress instead of actor.
Confusing terms: Terms that may have multiple common
meanings, such as bimonthly (which can mean "once every two
months" or "twice per month"), or whose form suggests a different
meaning, such as inflammable (which means "burns easily" but many
people interpret to mean "flame resistant").
Word-form errors: Brother-in-laws instead of
Brothers-in-law, light headed instead of light-headed,
or news paper instead of newspaper.
Spell Check Example
While having your work professionally proofread for
grammar by an actual human proofreader is the best way to get your
documents neat. However, a human proofreader is costly. It can cost up to $100 per
page to proofread a document professionally by a good agency. You also
have to wait for days, or at least 24 hours, to get your document
grammar checked and proofread.
Our Grammar checking software will allow you to iron out
grammar mistakes instantly in your document. You will be able to refine
your document and check and recheck it for grammar mistakes often without
needing to pay each time and without waiting for turn around.
Our grammar checker software is a single onetime fee to buy
the software. There are no hidden fees. Onetime low
affordable price for unlimited grammar checking. Also, there is no need to
be connected to the Internet to use Grammar Check Anywhere.
We all agree that finding even a single
grammar mistake in a document is important. With grammar checking you will be
able to iron out several mistakes. You will be able to grammar check at
any time without the need to pay for each proofreading or waiting for a turn
To get pristine grammar results, once you
have written your final draft using our grammar software, you can optionally use a professional grammar
checking proofreading service done by a live person. There is no conflict,
you can use both approaches.
The QuickNotepad comes up whenever you press F8 on the
keyboard. You can take notes, and when you are done, you close
QuickNotepad and continue with your work.
All the notes are automatically saved and loaded. No
need to open files or close files. You can save any number of notes, and
organize the notes under different categories.
Grammar Check Settings
Spell Check Settings
Change The F7 & F8 Hotkeys
Common Programs That
With Grammar Check Anywhere
Grammar Check Anywhere works with all Windows programs.
The following is a list of common programs that you might be using:
Grammar Check Anywhere allows you to spell & grammar check in all Windows
applications. Go ahead, download now the
7-day free trial, and give it a try.