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I am looking for a spellchecker for PDF documents.

Preferably it would process the PDF and mark any errors in the document.

Preferably it would use hunspell dictionaries

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What operating system are you using? Why don't you want to spell check the source document instead? – frabjous Oct 28 '10 at 15:16
    
Windows, Linux. Preferably linux. Source is Docbook see superuser.com/questions/204227/spellchecker-for-docbook I have gotten limited support for spellchecking in dockbook working through XML Mind and I have also tried Aspell but those dictionaries are pretty weak - so this is a longshot :) – oluies Oct 28 '10 at 15:30
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There are many programs that allow you to activate mouse "right-click" (or any other selected button), on-spot translation (from all languages to all languages)

The most popular two are: 1. Babylon 2. White Smoke

Best of luck!

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be sure and check out this post for how to do comment replies: meta.stackexchange.com/questions/43019/… – studiohack Jan 27 '11 at 17:54

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