This user guide provides comprehensive user documentation of Plagiarism Checker X. It is one of the leading content scanning tools that helps you detect plagiarism in your documents, assignments, blogs and research papers. You can check your contents for originality before submitting them to teachers, editors, publishers or websites. When you import a document into the software, it scans and shows the percentage of text copied from various online sources, as well as, other documents within cross-comparison. Comparative studies have found that Plagiarism Checker X is comparatively faster and highly accurate as compared to alternatives. Users can check online plagiarism, compare multiple documents relative to each other, and check the content originality of their websites and blogs.
Therefore, the software becomes the priority plagiarism detector for students, bloggers, teachers, webmasters, editors, and online publishers.
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Troubleshooting section is available in the software’s main dashboard. A user can simply learn about the useful information regarding the product by clicking on the help tab.
On Plagiarism Checker X website FAQ page you can also find a comprehensive and well elaborated FAQ section. You can access this section in Support/FAQ section in the top menu of the website. Basic technical and non-technical questions are answered there.
Alternatively, you can also check the Plagiarism Checker X website for information about the features and trouble shooting. In the support section, you can find the contact us page that enables you to directly interact with the team. Don’t forget to mention your ‘question or concern’ in the subject, to help us better serve you.