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New Dictionary Tool Available

Discussion in 'Tablet PC' started by terri, Jul 1, 2003.

  1. terri

    terri Guest

    Since there have been so many posts requesting importing special
    dictionaries, etc., I thought this may be of interest.

    Written specifically for Tablet PCs, it's a program that anyone who would
    like to customize their Tablet PC's dictionary may find invaluable.

    Here are some excerpts from the press release -

    ....Users can now customize their systems and support multiple foreign
    languages, as well as add thousands of commonly used words that recognition
    engines will correctly recognize. This ability is enabled by the inclusion
    of specialized dictionaries, called SPID’s

    Beta users in the medical and legal fields have seen performance and the
    overall usability of their Tablets increase. Users have consistently ranked
    navigation, ease-of-use and the ability to add thousands of words to their
    systems as the strongest benefits with the better recognition results.

    .....AbletWordMgr currently ships with 30 different SPIDs which include over
    1, 000,000 different and unique words. Support for languages such as
    Spanish, Italian, and several Scandinavian languages currently not supported
    with the TabletPC Operating System are available. Hundreds of words can be
    loaded in seconds, thus eliminating the manual method that takes over a
    minute per word. In addition, abletWordMgr can directly import MS Word
    dictionaries that are already being used by MS Word spell checking systems.
    This protects the investments many users have already made and adds greater
    capabilities to the Tablets plus the benefit of substantial time savings.

    .......A complete interactive demo of abletWordMgr is available at
    under the featured section abletWordMgr. For additional information, contact
    anyone listed on the abletCrew section of our web page.
    Terri Stratton
    Now, chat - http://thetabletpc.net/support.htm
    Microsoft MVP
    Windows XP / Tablet PC
    terri, Jul 1, 2003
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