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Thursday, March 06, 2008

If You Want Google to Stop Correcting Your Spelling...

Have you ever been frustrated by Google's automatic
correction of your spelling? If so, check out this
tip from Research Buzz:

"If you want Google to quit correcting your spelling, put a + in
front of the word you want left alone." For example, if you wanted
to purchase an assistive technology device called a ScannR, but
didn't want to retrieve thousands of irrelevant hits using the search
"scanner for sale,"search "+scannr for sale."