But really I'm going to quibble with Microsoft and its failure to properly spell check a document before it gets published---an all too common problem in today's media and collapsed editing time frames. Broadly, the development of computer spellcheck programs to assist writers is a good. For myself, I also use Grammarly for the tougher stuff. Here's the reason you should not rely on spell-check---using the above article as an example.
failure to obey an order or regulation — of the Uniformed Code Military Justice (sic).
Yep, spell check didn't catch that. Doing my own research I found that spellcheck was unlikely to catch the difference between Uniform Code of Military Justice, Uniformed Code of Military Justice, or Uninformed Code of Military Justice. So I went back to the beginning of the article to test how accurate spellcheck really is and found an odd practice. But then we have:
for violating Article 92 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice.But then we go back to:
of the Uniformed Code of Military JusticeAnd, just to make it absolutely clear we have this three times in the same paragraph. I have to admit that when I first read the word choices above I thought it said Uninformed Code of Military Justice; which is why I addressed the three alternate spellings in my testing. On a final note, use of the auto-correct function does not seem to serve.
Next HIU should be on awarded punishments---huuuuum.