To start spell check, do one of the following:
- Click Edit > Spelling > Check Spelling.
- Click ... on the Graphics tab in the Text panel, and click Check spelling.
The Graphics Tab in the Text Panel gives you an overview of all of the text in your sequence from both Premiere Pro Graphics and After Effects Motion Graphics templates.
Make centralized edits to graphics without having to dig through the sequence to find specific track items. You can filter the view in the Graphics Tab by tracks and timecodes and composited thumbnails of the graphics on the sequence to enable you to find text easily.
This view displays a thumbnail, the timecode range for each track item, and the video track number for each graphic. The blue highlight to the left of the graphic represents the graphic the CTI is currently over.
Click the Filter icon to filter text items by track.
Once you have your desired sequence active, simply open the Text Panel and click on the Graphics tab.
Double-click any of the editable text fields in the Graphics tab to edit your text.
Before checking spelling, set the spell check settings.
Language options are dependent on the languages installed on the OS. macOS comes pre-installed with a good variety of languages, but Windows requires a manual install of most language packs.
When Check Spelling is selected, Premiere Pro highlights misspelled words with a red underline. Right-click the underlined words to display a list of suggested words to correct the spelling quickly.
If this word is a name or word that isn't actually misspelled in your context, then select Learn from the right-click context menu so that Premiere Pro learns the word and does not highlight it in red again.
Use the Graphics Tab to search for and replace text in all your text elements.