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Fun with spell-check and iWork 2005.


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to_tough_to_die

 
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So I was typing up something on Apple for someone who wanted to know a little about Apple's history, and noticed a few jokes when going through the Spell Check:

If you type in "Celeron" the recommended spelling is "Celery" (if anyone hasn't seen the video of Steve Jobs comparing the original iMac to the latest Pentium PCs at MacWorld '98, you'll get the joke).
There is no recommended spelling for "Pentium".
All of the Apple PC models show up without needing a spell check, but many Windows PC models did (Dell "Inspiron", HP "Pavillion", etc.).

Just thought it was kind of funny (I'm bored).

I'd use Windows... but I like the Mac OS more.
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