OCLC CJK Users Group received from OCLC the following instruction on Mar. 6, 2013:​​
• Spell-checking function to authority records
o Currently available in the Client.  You need to customize Spell Check to get it to check the fields in the authority records.  Go to Tools, Options, Spelling, Fields to Check – then add in 100, 400, 667, etc. for use in authority records.  The fields automatically set up do only apply to bibliographic records.
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On Thu, Aug 28, 2014 at 5:29 PM, Mark K. Ehlert <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
OCLC staff subscribed to this list may know the answer to my question.  What fields/subfields are gone over in *authority records* when invoking the spell-check command in Connexion Client?  I couldn't find a list in any of the online documentation at the OCLC site (though I could have easily missed it).  Nor does it seem the Tooks > Options > Spelling > Customize Fields to Spell Check list of fields applies to authority records.


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