OpenMedSpel (en-us)

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Maintainer:
e-MedTools
Rating:
3.666665

Average: 3.7 (3 votes)

Application:
OpenOffice.org
Tags:
dictionary, extension, medical, extension, medical spellcheck, extension, medical spelling, extension, health, extension, spellcheck dictionary, extension
Post date:
Monday, 8 December, 2008 - 08:34
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System Independent version - All releases
Compatible with OpenOffice 4: Unknown
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Compatible with OpenOffice 4.x?

OpenMedSpel includes nearly 50,000 medical terms ranging from abdominis to zygomatic, which allows you to concentrate on your work instead of looking up words in a medical dictionary that are not in the built-in OpenOffice.org spelling dictionary.

Drug and device names are current with FDA approvals through October 13, 2008.

OpenMedSpel is free and open source medical spelling software released under a GPL license.

Please visit our web site to learn more about OpenMedSpel.

OpenMedSpel (en-us)

Version Operating system Compatibility Release date
1.0.0 System Independent 3.0, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4 08/12/2008 - 08:35 More information Download

Comments

using OOO 3.3.0.

At least not on Ubuntu 10.4 / OOo 3.2. Installed the extension, re-started OOo and pulled up a sample document; pretty much every word was flagged as miss-spelled. Even tried re-booting the system. Same results. Disabling the extension reverts back to default spell-check behavior. Language settings are whatever the standard English(USA) Ubuntu/OOo defaults are.

Kind of surprised this extension is broken given all the Linux/open source stuff listed on e-medtools.com. I see there's a plain text file containing the OpenMedSpel words ; seems like there ought to be a simple way of getting OOo to incorporate user-specific word lists. Where is this documented?