Reviews and Customer Testimonials for Total Access Speller
Discover why so many users, developers, and
experts in the Microsoft Access community rely on
Total Access Speller to deliver higher quality
Microsoft Access solutions.
Published Reviews and Awards
Best End-User Add-On
"If you're worried about the spelling on your Access database
interface objects, check out FMS Total Access Speller...you'll have
no problem figuring out how to use the program."
- Crag Bobchin, Contributing Writer, Advisor Magazine
"Total Access Speller is ideal for both users and developers...Total
Access Speller is a solid product. If you need spell checking in your
applications, you should get Total Access Speller."
- Paul Litwin, Smart
Hand On Total Access Speller
August 2002, Microsoft Office Solutions Magazine,
Total Access Speller
August 2002, Advisor Magazine, page 38.
Total Access Speller
March 2002, Smart Access
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January 2002, Smart Access eXTRA, Issue 3.1.
||Spell Check Your Access Data
May 1995, Access/VB Advisor, pp. 90-91.
||Spell-Checking for Microsoft Access
March 28, 1995, PC Magazine, page 314.
||Total Access Speller
December 1994, Smart Access, pp. 14-16.
"We’ve been using the Microsoft Access tools from
FMS for years. They’ve helped to ensure a high
level of reliability and manageability of our
databases. As part of our QA process we run the
Total Access Speller before we submit the database
to the client. This has saved us many times from
the embarrassment of the client catching a
misspelled word. Thank FMS, you make our jobs
Michael Stalford, Business Software
International Inc., Project Manager
"The Total Access Speller is a fast and efficient way of finding and
replacing all entries that Access inserts into your application that are
items you really do not want displayed. Captions that contain "tblParticipants"
will be changed to anything you would prefer displaying to the client. Any
inadvertent spelling errors are found and replaced quickly. My clients no
longer point out my apparent spelling errors. Total Access Speller is a
product I have need for years. Its cost is nothing to its value. Thank you
- Charles Molyneaux, Programmer
"An excellent product that detects errors in common and user-defined
words; while preventing problems associated with Office "Autocorrect"
- Brian Edwards, Programmer/Analyst
"Very helpful and easy to install."
- K. Piotrowski, M.D.
"I work hard to make my applications look right and work right. Spelling
errors make my applications (and me!) look sloppy. Thank you, FMS, for
looking over my shoulder again and help deliver a professional application."
- Joe Kwiatkowski, MIS Coordinator
"TAS is a much needed product for a professional developer who can not
spell like myself. There is nothing more embarrassing then a misspelling and
no matter how hard you look, you will always miss at least one. TAS takes
all the pressure off the developer, finds the misspelling and displays them
in an easy to use format. It will make my job much easier and my products
- Timothy B. Swisher, Developer
"Total Access Speller found a number of embarrassing spelling errors in a
product that had been shipping for multiple years. Needless to say, we were
quite embarrassed, but were thankful to be able to find and fix them so
easily. I would urge any developer to run this on their Access databases
before releasing them."
- Louis Levine, Developer
"Total Access Speller is an easy to use tool that prevents Access
developers from being bothered with comments on spelling issues instead of
comments on their actual work!"
- Simon Engelberts, Developer
"The Total Access Speller that I have downloaded is a lot better
than my last speller. I find that the Total Access Speller is a lot
more user friendly and I would recommend it to anyone to use."
- Shane Evers
"It's entrepreneurship at its best: A company listens to users'
complaints about a weakness in a popular program, and then the
company provides a solution. That's exactly what FMS, Inc. has done
for Microsoft Access database developers with Total Access Speller."
- Faithe Wempen, Microsoft Office Solutions Magazine
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