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How can I spell check file names? My spelling isn't at all great, and I rely on MS Word, Google Chrome etc. to make sure I don't publically embarass myself with improper spelling.

How can I clean up my file and folder names? Is there a program or app I can use?

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You can list the file and folder names using Directory Lister freeware available @ http://www.freesoftwaretools.net/sites/default/files/DirLister.rar and then carry out a spell check on the extracted listing of file and folder names without extensions by copying it into Microsoft Word.

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Yes, but how do I then automatically rename the incorrectly named file names, to correctly named ones? – wizlog Mar 28 '12 at 16:39

ispell or aspell?

something like (untested)

c:\> dir /B | ispell -l

or

c:\> dir /B | aspell -list
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Can you please elaborate? where do I enter this, what do I do with this, what dictionary does this use...? – wizlog Mar 28 '12 at 16:39
    
In a command prompt, read the list of misspellings and suggestions, one of the dictionaries provided with it and/or one you supply. – RedGrittyBrick Mar 28 '12 at 16:42

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