The editor has been designed primarily for Microsoft Word, but there’s an extension for Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome to offer spelling and grammar suggestions as long as you’re signed in with a Microsoft account. If you have a Microsoft 365 subscription, you’ll also get advanced grammar and style refinements. This also means that formal language conciseness, clarity, vocabulary suggestions, and much more are integrated with your subscription. In this guide, you’ll learn the easy steps to start using the Microsoft Editor extension for Google Chrome on Windows 10.

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How to install Microsoft Editor extension in Chrome

To install the Microsoft Editor extension in Google Chrome, use these steps: Once you complete the steps, the extension is ready to help you proof and improve your writing skills. Microsoft Editor for Chrome extension Set up Microsoft Editor option Microsoft Editor options Customize Microsoft Editor extension settings

How to use Microsoft Editor in Chrome

After you install and configure the extension, using the Microsoft Editor is a straightforward process. As you compose a new email, Facebook post, tweet on Twitter, or virtually anything and anywhere on the web, the extension will surface spelling, grammar, and refinements (such as punctuation) suggestions. For example, if a grammar mistake is detected, you’ll see it a red wiggle underline, which you can click to access suggestions for correct spelling. Or you can also see a two blue underlines indicating a punctuation problem, or blue dotted underline for fragments of text that needs revising, and clicking the word or phrase, the Microsoft Editor extension will suggest a fix. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.