How to Use Google Search’s Enhanced Spell Check on All Web Pages in Chrome

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A situation we all can’t lie about having ever found ourselves in is looking up a word on Google to check how it is spelled. No matter the typos you make, Google almost always knows what you want to type. Fortunately, Google enables you to use its spell-check feature no matter where you are in the Google Chrome web browser. This guide will show you how to use Google Search’s Spell Check on Chrome on any page you are on.

This feature is known as “Enhanced Spell Check,” It enables you to use Google’s more advanced spell check whenever you are typing something on any web page.

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However, before you proceed, you should note that this feature, just like most Google services, comes at a privacy cost. If you enable the “Enhanced Spell Check” feature, you agree to send everything that you type on the web to Google’s server. If you have no problem with this, you can proceed with the guide.

How to Use Google Search’s Enhanced Spell Check on All Web Pages in Chrome

First off, launch the Google Chrome browser on your Windows 10 PC, Mac, Chrome OS, or Linux computer.

Once in the browser, click the three-dot menu icon in the top right corner of the window.

Google Chrome Three Dot Menu
Google Chrome Three Dot Menu

Now, click the “Settings” option from the drop-down menu.

Google Chrome Settings Option
Google Chrome Settings Option

You can alternatively press the Cmd + Comma keys on your Mac or the Alt + E keys on a Windows PC. This will instantly take you to the Settings page.

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Now, select the “Advanced” tab from the sidebar. This will open up a list of advanced menus. From the list, select the “Languages” menu.

Google Chrome Advanced Settings
Google Chrome Advanced Settings

Now, click the toggle next to the “Enhanced Spell Check” option under the “Spell Check” section.

Enhanced Spell Check Google Chrome
Enhanced Spell Check Google Chrome

It would help if you kept in mind that “Chrome’s Enhanced Spell Check will not override certain websites such as Microsoft Word’s online editor’s proprietary spell check.

For now, Google hasn’t made the “Enhanced Spell Check” feature available on the Google Chrome apps for Android and iOS devices.

That’s pretty much it!

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