Grammarly Announces Add-in for Microsoft Office Suite
Leading Automated Proofreader Brings Superior Spell and Grammar Checking Technology to Microsoft Office Word and Outlook
SAN FRANCISCO - June 25, 2014 - PRLog -- Grammarly, the world’s leading automated proofreader, today officially announced the availability of its Grammarly® Add-in for Microsoft® Office Suite. The add-in combines the power of Grammarly’s automated proofreading technology with Microsoft® Office Word™ and Microsoft® Office Outlook®.
Now, writers using the Microsoft Office Suite can greatly improve the accuracy of their texts. In addition to checking for more than 250 common grammar errors and enhancing vocabulary usage, the Grammarly add-in offers unique features such as citation suggestions. Unlike the spell and grammar checking tools in the Microsoft Office Suite, Grammarly provides real-time context for each suggested edit. Writers can easily select the type of errors they want to focus on, then edit their work throughout the entire writing process.
“Grammarly is committed to helping the world’s two billion English writers, wherever they write,” said Brad Hoover, CEO at Grammarly. “Our Microsoft Office add-in is a critical step towards that goal.”
Grammarly’s Add-in for Microsoft Office Suite checks text for grammar and spelling, provides synonyms for commonly used words, and helps writers avoid plagiarism by checking against more than 8 billion Web pages. To download the Grammarly add-in, visit http://www.grammarly.com/
For more information, visit www.Grammarly.com.
Grammarly improves communication among the world’s 2+ billion English writers. Its flagship product, the Grammarly Editor, corrects contextual spelling mistakes, checks for more than 250 common grammar errors, and enhances vocabulary usage. More than 3 million registered users worldwide trust Grammarly’s products, which are also licensed by more than 250 leading universities and corporations. Grammarly is a privately held company with headquarters in San Francisco, California. To learn more, visit Grammarly’s website (http://www.grammarly.com/
Allison VanNest, Grammarly