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  1. Re: 20111202 - i00 .Net Spell Check - Code Project prize winner!

    MrBungle74
    You can retarget it yourself by going to Solution. Then to Compile. Then to Advanced Compile Options and choose .Net 4.0 Client for Target Framework.
  2. Re: i00 .Net Spell Check - No 3rd party components required!

    Yes. When you select a word, it has an option to ignore word. It shows up right after add to dictionary.

    TxD
  3. Re: i00 .Net Spell Check - No 3rd party components required!

    Hey Kris,
    First of all, thanks. It's working like a charm. Now, I have another question. What's the possibility of adding new words to a customer dictionary that is separate from the main...
  4. Re: i00 .Net Spell Check - No 3rd party components required!

    Thank you for pointing me in the right direction. I had to go through several solutions, but I finally found the correct one. I have to sign the Click-Once Manifests on both, and Turn on Click-Once...
  5. Re: i00 .Net Spell Check - No 3rd party components required!

    Publishing issue: I build and publish the program to my website. I then go to the website and download the setup.exe. It runs and I get an error reading: Application validation did not succeed....
  6. Re: i00 .Net Spell Check - No 3rd party components required!

    Greetings, and thank you again for your assistance.

    I have to publish the version I'm having trouble with, as this is a program that I'm using, and I need to finish work before I can...
  7. Re: i00 .Net Spell Check - No 3rd party components required!

    Thank you for your response. I've got it to compile and it works. I retargeted my program to .NET 3.51 and changed the imports statement to read: imports i00SpellCheck instead of imports...
  8. Re: i00 .Net Spell Check - No 3rd party components required!

    OK. Before I start, let me first mention I'm an ignoramus. I learned to program in the early 80s and left programming when OOP became the standard. With that said, I have recently started using...
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