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How do I allow students to use spell check in an exam?

The following versions of the DigiExam client supports spell check:

  • Windows: 1.6.0 and above
  • Mac: 7.5.0 and above
  • Chromebook: 1.7.0 and above
  • iPad: 1.6.0 and above

Allow spell check for all students in a specific exam

1. Go to your exam library and click on "Edit" for the exam that you wish to enable spell check for (see figure 1).


Figure 1

2. To allow spell check for all students taking this exam, choose "All students" under the "Allow spell check for" heading (see figure 2).

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Figure 2

Allow spell check for all students in a specific planned exam

When an exam is planned you have the possibility to allow spell check for all students taking that specific planned exam. The setting is not saved to the exam in your library, it only applies for the specific planned exam that you created.

Enable the setting by checking the box "Allow all students to use spell check" (see figure 3 for example) in the scheduling settings that appears when you plan an exam.


Figure 3

Allow spell check for one or more individual students

1. First you need to allow the specific student(s) to use spell check. Select "Students" in the left-hand menu (see figure 4).

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Figure 4

2. Search for and click on the student that you wish to allow spell check for (see figure 5).


Figure 5

3. Verify that you have selected the correct student, check the box next to the "Allow spell check for this student" and click on the "Save" button (see figure 6).


Figure 6

4. The student will be able to use spell check for all exams that the student take in your whole organization/school when the spell check feature is set to "Only selected students" in the exam "Edit" view (see figure 7).

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Figure 7

Turn off spell check for everyone taking your exam

If you don't want any student using spell check during your exam, set the spell check feature to "None" (see figure 8).

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Figure 8

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