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Formdocs 9.6 Spell Checker

Formdocs 9.6 Spell Checker

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We are in the process of upgrading from FormDocs 8.2 to 9.6 and I have a form developed in 8.2 in which I am displaying the Standard Toolbar with only the Spell Check button being available. When I preview my form in version 9.6, the Spell Check button does not appear.

Here is my code under the Form - Activeate event:

' CODE TO STRIP OUT THE DEFAULT COMMAND BARS

Dim cmdBar As Formdocs.CommandBar
For Each cmdBar In ActiveForm.CommandBars
If Len(cmdBar.Name) > 0 Then
cmdBar.Visible = False
End If
Next cmdbar

Thisform.Commandbars("Standard").visible = true

Dim ctl As Formdocs.CommandBarControl
For Each ctl In ThisForm.CommandBars("Standard").Controls
If ctl.caption <> "Print" Then
ctl.Visible = False
End If
If ctl.caption <> "Send" Then
ctl.Visible = True
End If
If ctl.caption <> "Save" Then
ctl.Visible = True
End If
If ctl.caption <> "Open" Then
ctl.Visible = True
End If
If ctl.caption <> "New" Then
ctl.Visible = True
End If
If ctl.caption <> "Spelling" Then
ctl.Visible = False
End If
Next ctl

Any thoughts on how I could get the Spell Check button to appear in version 9.6?

Mike

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