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I could use a macro like that sometimes. I did not pick up the link to it though.

Try your luck building a 638,000 word file for a .oxt dictionary? I am now using Python programs/scripts to merge small lists to the large ones.

Go to this link
All the English dictionaries beginning with "kpp" are ones I built for LO. and are also listed in LO's Extension Center.

Though, to be honest, my list has more dictionaries. I do not need the original authors to ask it to be on my list. I tried to find every dictionary I could, and build a "larger" English set than I could find elsewhere. With mine, you download which size of word list you want to use, or install all of them and enable/disable them as you see fit.
On 03/15/2012 09:13 PM, john.egger wrote:
Success! I used the first macro mentioned by Manfred
(ImportExportDictionary1-1.sxw). It pulled in about 1,025 words.

One little puzzle: It doesn't like one of my words ("depacked"). This word
is clearly in the standard.dic but typed in a document it is redlined as
misspelled. If I add the "misspelled" "depacked" to standard.dic everything
is fine... but looking at the .dic shows two apparently identical "depacked"
one right after the other!  Just a curiosity, no big deal. Maybe there's
some difference that I can't see.

Thanks for your help, krackedpress and Manfred. I'm marking this one as

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