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Spell Check entire Catalog

ralf11

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Is there a way to do this for everything?

Mac High Sierra LR6
 

ralf11

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Fortunately there IS Spell Check in Lightroom on a mac, using the mac's spell check facility.

My question is whether there is a way to do it for every photo in the Catalog instead of one pic at a time.
 
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Fortunately there IS Spell Check in Lightroom on a mac, using the mac's spell check facility.
Mac's spell check only works some places (Like this TextBox) for instance. It does not work in the Metadata Keyword Field, Caption and Title.
 
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