Major MedSpel Upgrade Released

Jackson, Missouri (PressExposure) July 05, 2007 -- MedSpel, a shareware medical spelling dictionary for Microsoft Word, has been updated for enhanced compatibility with Microsoft Windows Vista and Office Vista. MedSpel version 7.5 also includes many new medication names and an improved installation system. MedSpel works within the Microsoft Office spellchecker, so there is nothing new to learn about the spell check process.

MedSpel has grown to include over 40,000 medical words and abbreviations that are not in the standard Microsoft Office spellchecker since the first release of MedSpel in 1998. Medical words related to medical disciplines ranging from anatomy to urology are included. These medical words include medication names, diseases, abbreviations, medical procedures, medical devices, surgical terms, anatomy terms, eponyms, acronyms, and many more medical words.

MedSpel costs $15 for a single user license, making it a very affordable medical spelling tool for anyone who edits or creates medical documents with Microsoft Word. Substantial volume discounts are available, including an unlimited user license for only $500. MedSpel is sold by RegNow, the software industry’s premier e-commerce provider.

MedSpel is available for immediate electronic delivery. RegNow accepts credit cards, checks, wire transfers, PayPal, and purchase orders.

A trial version of MedSpel can be downloaded from

MedSpel version 7.5 is compatible with Microsoft Office 97, Microsoft Office 2000, Microsoft Office XP, and Microsoft Office Vista.

MedSpel is developed by e-MedTools, who also develop MedicalTemplates medical documentation tools and the ProfileMD personal health record.

Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office, and Microsoft Word are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. The Microsoft Corporation does not sponsor, endorse, or otherwise approve MedSpel.

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Press Release Submitted On: July 05, 2007 at 11:24 pm
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