Thank you for taking the time to evaluate Total Access Speller! We hope that you use this Trial Version to discover how Total Access Speller can help you eliminate embarrassing typos in your Microsoft Access solutions.
Total Access Speller is an add-in for Microsoft Access that makes it easy to spell check your object properties and designs. Microsoft Access includes a spell checker, but it only checks the data in your tables.
What about typos in your forms and reports? No matter how much work you do to make your Access applications fast and reliable, if there are typos in your user interface or on your reports, that is what your users (and boss) remember.
Delivering professional solutions is a combination of good skills and processes. Manually spell checking all your objects' user interface properties is nearly impossible to perform accurately.
Add Total Access Speller to your quality assurance process. Run it before you deliver any your solution to others and be confident that typographical errors are eliminated from your user interface.
The Trial Version is extremely easy to use. Launch the product tour for a quick overview of what to expect.
The complete context sensitive online help system is included with the Trial Version so you can review that by pressing [F1] at any point.
This trial version is similar to the full version and lets you experience how the Spell Checking Wizard guides you through the process of:
The Trial Version has these limitations:
Because each Access version handles objects, properties and macros differently, the shipping and trial versions of Total Access Speller are Access version specific.
Choose the Access version you are using to download the setup file:
Microsoft Access Version
|Access 2016 (Version 16)|
|Access 2013 (Version 15)|
|Access 2010 (Version 14)|
|Access 2007 (Version 12)|
|Access 2003 (Version 11)|
|Access 2002 (Version 10)|
|Access 2000 (Version 9)|
|Access 97 (Version 9)|
Also Available for
Microsoft Access 2010, 2007, 2003, 2002, 2000, and 97
"Total Access Speller is a solid product. If you need spell checking in your applications, you should get Total Access Speller."
Paul Litwin, Editor, Smart Access Product Review