To spellcheck or not to spellcheck


It’s been a while since our last blog post.

We’ll  try and give it a bit more time in 2016 … promise.

bEST SPELLING CHECK

Recently a pre-1960 vehicle came in, which was not required to have an MOT.  It wouldn’t have passed one, and we gave the owner a list of things that needed rectifying with the following notification:

“Please note that this vehicle is not roadworthy and should not be used on the road until remedial work is carried out.”

The wonders of modern spellchecking on our invoicing system took exception to the word “roadworthy” and thought it had a better alternative – see the picture above.

Needless to say it’s been added to the dictionary now.

 



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