It is very important that Microsoft Word picks up all spelling/grammar issues. It may be one little bug, but more likely this bug could affect a lot of possible sentences.
More and more people with English as their second language rely on this to make their emails professional.
When you type a sentence using the verb in the singular form with the subject is in the plural form, “Spelling and Grammar Check” tool does not pick it up as an error unless you keep typing more words after that.
E.g. “For documents that belongs on the inside…” should be “For documents that belong on the inside…”
Figure: BUG – Microsoft Word’s Spelling and Grammar Check tool can’t pick up some correct words
Figure: BUG – Microsoft Word’s Spelling and Grammar Check tool does not highlight the error if you have “…” at the end of the sentence
Note: We also rely on this with our Do you use Microsoft Word’s spelling and grammar checker to make your web content professional? rule.
I don’t see users (aka knowledge workers) use the Quick Access Toolbar… I don’t even see advanced users like developers use it.
I think it would be great to have it automatically learn how we use the application and put shortcut commands there.
Then encourage me to use the shortcut commands, by having it give a visual indication (eg. flash) when I use the normal slow menu.
Figure: It would be great to see the Quick Access Toolbar grow from this…
Figure: To this… automatically
PS: I would also like to see it in VS.NET
When print document with multiple pages – Please pop a message box with a question: “Would you like to choose a footer style so you have page numbers when you print?“
Please add another menu item to this right click menu “Save As” just like Internet Explorer.
We should have a ‘ComputerName‘ to show the computer name.
Figure: Word’s Header and Footer fields
Read the same request for Internet Explorer on our Microsoft Internet Explorer Suggestions.