September 23, 2008 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] Tampa, FL - Spellex announces new medical and pharmaceutical spelling software for Microsoft Office 2008 from MacMedica. MacMedica is a handy, all purpose medical spell checker that lets you quickly check the spelling of thousands of medical words while inside Office 2008 for Macintosh.
By adding MacMedica to Microsoft Office 2008 for Mac, you will be able to verify correctly spelled medical words and provide correct spelling choices for incorrectly spelled terms. Both the standard English language dictionary and the MacMedica dictionary are checked simultaneously with one mouse click.
Features of MacMedica:
* Works inside Mac Office 2008... so there's nothing new to learn!
* Includes thousands of critically important terms from medical, surgical, chemistry, and laboratory terminology.
* Covers 35 medical specialties including: anesthesiology, biology, cardiology, hematology, immunology, internal medicine, neurology, nursing, oncology, ophthalmology, radiology, toxicology, urology, and more!
* Includes medical procedures, diseases, surgical terms, genetic research, medical slang, thousands of drug names, brief word forms, and medical devices, as well as AIDS diseases and treatments.
* Lets you look up words while inside your spellchecker, without exiting your program.
Pricing and Availability:
Prices for MacMedica start at $79.95 (USD). Multi-user licenses and educational discounts are available. MacMedica can be ordered from Spellex, an authorized distributor of MacMedica software.
Spellex Corporation is the recognized leader in industry spell check software tools. Superior products, innovation, and total quality commitment have kept Spellex in the forefront of our field for more than 20 years. Copyright 2008 Spellex Corporation. Visit the Spellex Website or contact Spellex at 800-442-9673 or 813-792-7000. All Rights Reserved. Apple, and the Apple logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries. Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Office are registered trademarks of Microsoft Inc.