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Canva does not offer a native spellchecking tool that comprehensively searches your Canva designs for spelling or grammatical errors.
Canva will underline text in text boxes that it believes is spelled wrong, but it does not offer a comprehensive or consistent solution to fix spelling mistakes and typos.
Luckily, there is an easy work around that can help you spell check in Canva!
This article will cover how to spell check in Canva!
How to Check Spelling in Canva Designs
Grammarly is the easiest tool to do a spell check on Canva! You can add the chrome extension for Grammarly and use it on your designs.
1. Install Grammarly Extension for Chrome Browser
The first step is to install the Grammarly tool to do a spell check on Canva. You can add the chrome extension for Grammarly and use it on your designs (without needing to leave Canva)
2. Review Grammarly Suggestions
After installing the Grammarly extension, if you misspell anything, you will get a red mark and the suggestion of the correct spelling by Grammarly.
3. Alternatively, you can use Google Spell Check
You can also use Google Spell Check. Go to the settings option,
4. Select Language
Select the Languages option from the left panel.
5. Toggle Spell Check
You can see the toggle for the spell check. All you need to do is enable that toggle and your text will be automatically checked by Google itself.
6. Use Advanced Spell Check
You can also use the setting for Advanced Spell Check by defining the language preference.
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