The language is taken from the language associated with your character
formatting (Format -> Character). In my version (LO 6), when the
language on the font tab is set to None, I get the behaviour you are
describing. You can change this by editing the associated style(s) and
set the language you want or by selecting the text and changing the
I hope this helps.
Le dimanche 24 juin 2018 à 15:29 +0100, John Cleland a écrit :
I am using libre office version 5.472 on Windows 10
The Spellchecker has stopped working. In the spelling dialog box it
says the language is none, and refuses to let me select a language.
I uninstalled the program and deleted the configuration files in appdata
and reinstalled but spellchecker still does not work.
Does anyone have any ideas on how to solve this.
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