Re: open office spell checking
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- Subject: Re: open office spell checking
- From: Kevin McKinley <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 2 Sep 2003 21:51:17 -0400
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- In-reply-to: <1062431539.7340.107.camel@haggis>
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On Mon, 01 Sep 2003 10:52:19 -0500
Ron Johnson <email@example.com> wrote:
> > With the same selection of spell* as you, I opened a new document and
> > typed:
> > Now is the tmie for all goood men to come to the aid of thier party.
> > "thier" was automatically corrected to "their", but "tmie" and "goood"
> > went unremarked.
> > When I attempted to spell check, I got a message that I didn't have the
> > packages to support spell checking. Installing "myspell-en-us" and
> > trying again fiexd both mistakes. :)
> When I typed that sentence in (not using myspell), it flagged "tmie"
> and "goood" as misspelled, and auto-corrected "thier".
> Does it matter that I use OOo 1.1?
Umm, probably not (I do too).