Correcting a Text From Another Application
Antidote Web can also correct a text written in a local application other than your browser. It can be integrated with Word, PowerPoint and Excel. (See Antidote 10’s compatibility.)
To run the corrector from such an application, you will need to get the necessary connector with the help of the Connectix tool. It can be installed by following the steps below.
In Antidote Web, click on your avatar in the top right-hand corner. Select Connectors, and then click Download Connectix.
Double click on the downloaded folder. It can most likely be found in the Downloads folder.
- In Windows, a Connectix folder will be created on your desktop. Connectix’s installer is located in this folder. All you will need to do is run it.
- On macOS, a disk image with Antidote’s flask will be created. Connectix’s installer is located in this folder. All you will need to do is run it.
Select the applications from which you would like to use Antidote Web.
The way in which Antidote Web is run varies between applications and operating systems. For more information, please see the Using With Your Other Sofware section of Antidote 10’s User Guide.
Unlike Antidote 10, a local application, Antidote Web does not include the Anti-Oops! technology, which is used to automatically check emails before they are sent.