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Harold Fuchs wrote:
As I understand it a Language Pack is designed to change the language of the 
UI - menus, Help text etc. Language Packs have nothing to do with spell 
checking or with the language(s) in which you write your documents. You need 
Dictionaries which come in the form of "extensions".

This (no dictionaries in language packs) used to be the case for language packs; but the (and thus, the
LibreOffice) architecture was modified in recent times to allow
inclusion of dictionaries in a language pack.

The current (3.3-RC) language packs do include
dictionaries, for example.


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