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Employee ID 
Last Name 
First Name 
Birth Date 
Edit1DavolioNancyEducation includes a BA in psychology from Colorado State University in 1970. She also completed "The Art of the Cold Call." Nancy is a member of Toastmasters International.Sales Representative12/8/1970
 2FullerAndrewAndrew received his BTS commercial in 1974 and a Ph.D. in international marketing from the University of Dallas in 1981. He is fluent in French and Italian and reads German. He joined the company as a sales representative, was promoted to sales manager in January 1992 and to vice president of sales in March 1993. Andrew is a member of the Sales Management Roundtable, the Seattle Chamber of Commerce, and the Pacific Rim Importers Association.Vice President, Sales2/19/1974
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This demo illustrates how to use the Spell Checker component to check the text displayed in the DevExpress ASP.NET Grid View (ASPxGridView) Edit Form. For this, the Check Spelling link is added to the Edit Form. The Spell Checker's CheckElementsInContainer method is used to check the data in all Edit Form editors. To start spell checking, change the values in the Edit Form editors and then click the Check Spelling link.

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