Index: plugins/imageviewer.tex
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--- plugins/imageviewer.tex	(revision 29703)
+++ plugins/imageviewer.tex	(working copy)
@@ -132,7 +132,7 @@
 \opt{lcd_color}{
 \item[Display Options.] From this menu you can force the viewer to render the
 image in greyscale using the \setting{Greyscale} option or set the method of
-dithering used in the \setting{Dithering} submenu. These settings only take affect
+dithering used in the \setting{Dithering} submenu. These settings only take effect
 for JPEG images.
 }
 \item[Quit.] Quits the viewer and returns to the \setting{File Browser}.
Index: plugins/theme_remove.tex
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--- plugins/theme_remove.tex	(revision 29703)
+++ plugins/theme_remove.tex	(working copy)
@@ -9,7 +9,7 @@
 \begin{description}
   \item[Remove Theme.]
   Selecting this will delete the files specified in the \setting{Remove Options}.
-  After a theme has been succesfully removed, a log message is displayed listing 
+  After a theme has been successfully removed, a log message is displayed listing 
   which items have been deleted and which are being kept. Exit this screen by 
   pressing any key. A file called \fname{theme\_remove\_log.txt} is created in 
   the root directory of your \dap{} listing all the changes.
Index: plugins/sudoku.tex
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--- plugins/sudoku.tex	(revision 29703)
+++ plugins/sudoku.tex	(working copy)
@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@
 Change the number under the cursor to the number you want to put on the
 scratchpad and press the scratchpad button, the number will then be added.
 If the number was already on the scratchpad it will get removed again.
-The column is stored seperatly for every cell on the board. The stored values
+The column is stored separately for every cell on the board. The stored values
 can be displayed inline as small dots by enabling the \setting{Show Markings}
 settings.
 \note{The scratchpad is \emph{not} saved when saving the game.}
Index: configure_rockbox/recording_settings.tex
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--- configure_rockbox/recording_settings.tex	(revision 29703)
+++ configure_rockbox/recording_settings.tex	(working copy)
@@ -9,7 +9,7 @@
 \opt{masf}{
   \section{Quality}
     Choose the quality here (0 to 7). Default is 5, best quality is 7,
-    smallest file size is 0. This setting effects how much your sound
+    smallest file size is 0. This setting affects how much your sound
     sample will be compressed. Higher quality settings result in larger
     MP3 files.

@@ -173,7 +173,7 @@
   are background noises. What is considered as background noise depends on the
   situation. For example during a lecture the very low noise of rustling paper
   might be considered as background noise. During a rock concert the murmur of
-  the audience might be concidered background noise which is much louder compared
+  the audience might be considered background noise which is much louder compared
   to rustling paper. Also the duration of the signal matters. When you record
   speech you want to record every syllable. When you record live music you may
   not be interested in that chord the guitarist strokes for two minutes before
@@ -247,7 +247,7 @@
     a CD) where the songs have fade outs and hardly any gaps between the tracks.
     Here you can set the stop hold time to long values to ensure that all fade
     outs are recorded completely. By specifying a short presplit gap you still
-    can split the recording into seperate tracks whenever the trigger start
+    can split the recording into separate tracks whenever the trigger start
     condition is met.

   \end{description}
Index: main_menu/main.tex
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--- main_menu/main.tex	(revision 29703)
+++ main_menu/main.tex	(working copy)
@@ -227,7 +227,7 @@
   The battery status.
 \opt{multivolume}{%
   Memory size and amount of free space on the two data volumes, this info is
-  given seperately for internal memory (\emph{Int}) and for a plugged in
+  given separately for internal memory (\emph{Int}) and for a plugged in
   memory card
   \opt{ondio}{(\emph{MMC})}
   \opt{sansa,e200v2,fuze,fuzev2,clipplus}{(\emph{MSD})}.