To turn on the vim spell checker run
To turn it off run
If you always want the spell checker to be on, add
set spell to your vimrc.
You can turn spelling on only for certain filetypes using an auto command.
Once the spell checker is on, misspelled words will be highlighted.
]s to move to the next misspelled word and
[s to move to the previous one.
To see a list of corrected spellings, place the cursor on a misspelled word and type
You can type the number of the word you wish to replace the misspelled word with and hit
<enter> to replace it, or you can just hit enter to leave the word unchanged.
With the cursor on a misspelled word, you can also type
<number>z= to change to the
<number>th correction without viewing the list.
Typically you will use
1z= if you think
vim's first guess is likely to be the correct word.