Quick-Tip: How to Use Google Chrome Spell-checker in Microsoft Dynamics 365

Quick-Tip: How to Use Google Chrome Spell-checker in Microsoft Dynamics 365

This quick-tip is soooooooooooo quick you might miss it!

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To use spell-checker in Microsoft Dynamics 365, follow these steps:

  1. Open your Google Chrome browser
  2. Log in to Microsoft Dynamics
  3. Current versions of both systems allow users to simply right-click on any misspelled word, which will become underlined in red when it is misspelled, and correct it

It’s that simple!


If you are having issues using this automatic integration, however, try clearing your cache in Google Chrome or going into Incognito mode (CTRL + SHIFT + N for Windows users on a keyboard).

To clear your Google Chrome cache, follow these steps:

  1. Navigate to the ellipses in the upper right-hand corner of your Google Chrome browser.
  2. Click on “History”
  3. Click on “Clear Browsing Data”
  4. In the pop-up window, you will see “Basic” and “Advanced” options. If you want to clear everything, proceed. (Everything is typically checked by default if you haven’t used it yet.) Or, just click on “Clear Cached Images and Files” in Basic or Advanced Settings, then click “ok.” If you clear everything, be sure that you don’t have any unsaved documents or files open in your browser, or you run the risk of losing your work.

If this doesn’t work, you can also manually turn on Google Chrome Enhanced Spell-check by following these steps:

  • Open your Google Chrome browser
  • Click on the ellipses in the upper-right hand corner of your browser
  • Click on “Settings”
  • Click on “You and Google” (you should appear on this tab by default)
  • Click “Sync and Google Services”
  • Navigate to “Other Google Services”
  • Turn on the “Enhanced spell check” toggle

Another tool that may benefit you while using Google Chrome is Grammarly, which offers a free or premium subscription to users. It is a free extension.

Grammarly, unlike the automatic Google Chrome spell-checker, doesn’t just check for spelling errors, but also helps you to make sure your grammar is on-point for every professional communication you send and engage in.

Grammarly now comes with a free Microsoft Office plugin as well. Use it while you’re working in Microsoft Outlook or Word.


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