December 5, 2012 -- Glen Allen, Virginia - The recently released version 4.0 of MapSpeller, the world's first GIS spell-checker, offers many new features including support for 11 languages, an unmatched level of integration with ArcMap, easier sharing of proofing resources and the extended ability to correct maps and GIS data geographically.
The supported languages are English, French, Spanish, German, Portuguese, Italian, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Norwegian and Swedish. English is available in three cultures: Canadian, British and American; Portuguese is available in the Portuguese and Brazilian cultures. More languages are under consideration. The new Multilingual Edition is able to proof maps in multiple languages simultaneously. This is of great benefit when proofing maps containing words in multiple languages, as correctly spelled words in one language will not appear as errors in another language.
Unmatched ArcMap Integration
MapSpeller detects and corrects spelling and/or positional errors in an unmatched number of GIS objects, including map, layout and geodatabase annotations, legends, dynamic text, scale objects, layer labels, and data-driven pages. MapSpeller also provides full support for ArcMap and XML format tags.
On-the-Fly Geographic Proofing
The patented ability to spell-check geographically has been enhanced to support radius proofing of text in geographic coordinate systems by projecting it on the fly in memory.
Easy Sharing of Dictionaries
Version 4.0 simplifies dictionary customization and sharing. It also supports a variety of dictionaries including system, personal, corporate and spatial dictionaries, Microsoft Office and Windows Mail personal dictionaries, as well as danger dictionaries (containing correctly spelled words to be flagged).
About Edgetech America, Inc.
MapSpeller is developed by Edgetech America, Inc., a cutting-edge Esri Partner since 1995. Commercial services and technical support are provided in English and French.
For more information, visit www.Edgetech-US.com.
Microsoft Office and Windows Mail are trademarks of Microsoft Corp. ArcMap and ArcGIS are trademarks provided under license from Esri. MapSpeller is a trademark of Edgetech America, Inc.