On 19/08/2013 at 20:46, Brian Barker <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Otherwise, you can create a custom dictionary, as you ask:
o Go to Tools | Options... | Language Settings | Writing Aids |
o Click New... and give your new dictionary a name ("Novel"?).
o Tick the box next to your new dictionary to enable it.
Now, as you encounter words you want to be treated as acceptable, use
right-click | Add > | Novel.dic. When you write to your grandfather,
remove the tick from this dictionary.
Well, that would be it :) .
Although I like to think of myself as power-user of Writer, I must admit that
this is one of settings where I have never looked carefully. And it does
exactly what I have described.
Thanks for this tip!
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