On the toolbar, select Edit > Grammar and Spell Checker Profiles.
Configure a grammar and spell checker profile
Adobe RoboHelp includes a grammar and spell-checking assistant, which makes your text error-free, and easy to understand. The grammar checker tool scans your topic or all topics in a project and offers suggestions for spelling and grammatical errors. The tool makes your project free of all language-related errors, punctuation errors, and other grammatical mistakes. The result is a project with high-quality content.
How it works
The grammar checker assistant stops at every instance of a misspelled word and possible grammatical disagreements. Based on the suggestions, you can either accept or reject them.
The tool scans the following and flags the errors:
- Current File - Allows grammar and spell check on the file currently in focus.
- All Topics - Allows grammar and spell check in all the files of the currently opened project.
- All Project Files - Allows grammar and spell check in all the files of the currently opened projects, which include topics, TOC, Index, and Glossary.
Note: The grammar and spell checker assistant cannot check errors in a Markdown file.
Add a grammar and spell checker profile
As a pre-requisite, you must add a profile in RoboHelp. RoboHelp provides the following spell checker providers:
- Sapling AI
- Microsoft Spelling Checker API
- Custom API
To add a profile, follow the steps below:
Create a profile
Sapling is a grammar and spell checker service that you can integrate into RoboHelp and correct typos and rephrase the content.
To integrate Sapling, follow the steps below:
Set Application Preferences
After you’ve created a Sapling profile, set the profile in the Application Preferences dialog.
From the drop-down menu, select the Sapling profile that you’ve created.
Microsoft Spelling Checker API
Create a profile
The Microsoft Grammar and Spelling Checker enables you to perform contextual grammar and spell checking on text.
To integrate Microsoft Grammar Checker, follow the steps below:
Set Application preferences
After you’ve created a Microsoft profile, set the profile in the Application Preferences dialog.
From the drop-down menu, select the Microsoft service profile that you’ve created.