Sign it over to somebody else: You can try to sign a check over to somebody else, effectively paying that person with the check you received. But that’s not the ideal way to pay somebody. To sign a check over, write "Pay to the order of..." and name the new payee . Be aware that some banks do not allow this type of endorsement because the technique is sometimes used fraudulently. Check with all banks involved before you try—the check writer’s bank, and the final bank that the check will be deposited to. For more details, learn about signing a check over and cashing a check for somebody else.
If you know how to copy and paste something on a computer, you basically know how to use this online spelling check tool. After you've copied your text, paste it into the box near the top of the screen and click the "Spell Check" button in the lower left-hand corner. A pop-up dialogue box with your original text will appear. Errors will now be highlighted in red. It's easy to find and make corrections with the spell checker. In the pop-up box, you'll find a drop-down menu with a list of suggested words. The shaded word is the most likely option. Choose the correct word that you want and select "Change" or "Change All" to have your spelling corrected. If necessary, you may also choose "Ignore" or "Ignore All." You can customize your online spellcheck experience by clicking the "Options" button. From there, you can tell it to ignore words that are in mixed case or all caps. You can also choose to ignore words that include numbers or to ignore domain names. When you are finished, just click the "Finish Checking" button to complete your session. You can check English texts for errors, and you can also check texts in other languages.