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On Mon, 6 Aug 2018, Uwe Brauer wrote:

"libreoffice-ml" == libreoffice-ml mbourne <> writes:

  > Uwe Brauer wrote:
  > I assume the word you're typing is spelled incorrectly? Of course the
  > spell checker will skip over it if spelled correctly in the selected
  > language.

  > You could try on the menu Tools > Language > For All Text > Spanish.
  > If Spanish isn't already listed there select More and then, under the
  > "Default Languages for Documents" section of the options dialog which
  > appears, select Spanish and check "For the current document only".

  > Check that the Spanish dictionary is definitely installed correctly.
  > In the dropdown box where you select the language, there should be a
  > tick with "ABC" alongside "Spanish".

  > If that still doesn't work, it might be worth saving the document in
  > ODT format, close and then open the ODT version. I don't think that's
  > likely to make any difference, but you may as well try if nothing else
  > helps.

  > If none of that helps, perhaps someone else here with more experience
  > of working in different languages might have some ideas...

Nothing helped, thanks.

I presume it is something wired with the fields in the table, the way
there were generated by MS Word

can you try copying the contents of a field onto the clipboard and pasting them back but using "paste special" and selecting your word processor's format?

I have lost track of the thread so forgive if already tried but what about saving the document as LO and then working on it?


Felmon Davis
Schenectady, NY

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