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This is the largest list of dictionaries on one page . . over 180 the last I counted, and I stopped counting months ago.

The ones that start with "kpp" are the ones I created.

Download the .oxt file[s] you want and use the Extension Manager to install it. The largest American dictionary/thesaurus has over 773,000 words in it.

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As for Calligra - the web site talks about it being part of the "KDE community"

But it might now be as easy as you like to get it, according to the way I read the text below.

"Therefore you can download and install Calligra Suite in most cases free of charge. While the Calligra project only provides source code, it is easily installable through the package manager of many linux distributions, FreeBSD. There is also preliminary support on Mac OS X and Windows."

I wonder how much of it is based on the old OOo coding.

On 10/13/2012 03:23 PM, Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)
Hmm, perhaps try downloading one of the spell-checker Extensions and install by

Tools - "Extension Manager" - Add

Any of them should sort your problem but the best is the NA Dvd Project ones from what other people 
have been saying.  Also there is Calligra which looks a lot nicer than my previous suggestions.  
It's a whole Office Suite rather than just a Word replacement so it's a bit heavier to download.

Regards from
Tom :)

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