I would like to use Spell Check option which is available for Text Notes to apply on Multi-Category Tags as well. Is it possible using Dynamo?
Yes. There are a few posts on this already. Have a look around the forum, and check out the FuzzyDyno package.
Note that you need to spell check the parameter values not the tags themselves.
@JacobSmall I have tried searching with FuzzyDyno keyword. But I am unable to find any relevant topic.
If you could help point me towards the post or help paste the solution here.
This blog post should get you started: Fuzzy String Matching - Dynamo BIM
I have tried with this. Looks complicated. Is there any alternative method for Beginners?
Nope - winds up that performing a spell check is complicated work.
here are 2 other solutions (IronPython or Archilab)
the IronPython solution code (using Interrop)
import sys import clr import System clr.AddReference("Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word") import Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word as Word clr.AddReference("office") from Microsoft.Office.Core import * clr.AddReference("System.Runtime.InteropServices") import System.Runtime.InteropServices lstWord = IN out =  app = Word.ApplicationClass() docWord = app.Documents.Add() # automatically detects the language you are using as you type languageAutoCheck = app.CheckLanguage # the language selected for the Microsoft Word user interface currentUILangInt = app.Language currentUILanguage = System.Enum.ToObject(MsoLanguageID, currentUILangInt) # check words for w in lstWord: spellingIsCorrect = app.CheckSpelling(w) if spellingIsCorrect: out.append(w) else: suggestions = [x.Name for x in app.GetSpellingSuggestions(w)] # get the first suggestion out.append(suggestions) docWord.Close() app.Quit() app = None OUT = out
pyspellchecker CPython3 package can be also an alternative
I have come to conclusion that spell check isn’t really 100% reliable with correct words. So I would request if you can help me just highlight the misspelt words in the project into say Orange color. Then it would be better to do it manually.