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These days there is software for almost every kind of need. So it is with proofreading as well. There is proofreading software available these days by the name of whitesmoke. They claim that it checks for spelling errors, grammatical errors, punctuation errors, and that there is a synonym dictionary and idiom dictionary in the package.

They have separate software for general writing, business writing, creative writing and legal writing.

Go to http://www.whitesmoke.com/ for more details.

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  1. I saw your 5 minutes ago updated post in which you said that “I’ve been blogging since 2007” & I scrolled my way down here.
    I usually like to read what people posted when I was 5-7 years old. 12 years ago, things were quite not much complicated as they’re today. There was simplicity in every field of work.
    You mentioned “WhiteSmoke” quite surprised that it can check grammar errors automatically. Little did you know that after 10 years, there’ll be inbuilt autocorrect in mobiles & platforms like “Grammarly.”
    WhiteSmoke is still available.
    I felt good reading this.

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I’m Aishwariya. I’m passionate about writing, reading, marketing communications, books, blogging, poetry and editing. I’ve donned several hats, such as freelance journalist, copywriter, blogger and editor.

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