Thanks worked perfectly.
Interestingly, when I add a word to the standard dictionary now it also sticks
On Fri, 2019-04-19 at 15:49 -0400, Dan Lewis wrote:
Tools > Options > Language settings > Writing Aides. Under User-defined
dictionaries, click New. Name your new dictionary. You do not have to
select a language for this dictionary unless necessary. [All] will work
in all languages. Click OK.
Now when you right click on a new technical term, you again click "Add
to Dictionary". This time you will see a list of dictionaries including
the one you created. Click it to add the term to you new dictionary.
On 4/19/19 2:51 PM, John wrote:
Running LO 22.214.171.124 on Fedora 28 workstation.
I am editing a number of technical documents which include words not in the
Libre Office dictionary so when I encounter them I click "add to
That works fine so long as the current file is open but as soon as I close
file the dictionary forgets about the words that I have added and the next
document shows all the technical words as spelling errors.
Is this a known error?
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