Resources

We regularly post free resources to help you write.

10 free spelling and writing tools

There are a staggering number of free software tools out there. Here are my favourites which I recommend to my clients.

1. Ghotit (Windows, free online service)

This is a very helpful plugin for Microsoft Word which is written for people with dyslexia. It uses a contextual spell checker, which means that it will catch more mistakes than traditional spell checkers. Even if you don't use Microsoft Word you might also find this free online service of value.

http://www.ghotit.com/

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I found Samantha accurate, on time, helpful, flexible and friendly. Also, her prices are reasonable, which is important for a student. I will certainly contact her again for my proofreading needs.


Farzaneh Zolala, Medical PhD student, Edinburgh University

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