If that does not solve the problem follow the procedures laid out in the rest of this FAQ. British English has changed a lot as well since 1776! I've had this problem for months (spell check says every word spelled wrong.) I tried all the obvious fixes--reloading dictionaries, changing language settings. It fixed my spell check problem! http://philgiebler.com/spell-check/spell-check-not-working-in-openoffice-3-2.html
I make up new words all the time using extant morphemes, and they're perfectly correct as long as my audience (in my case usually my professors, but occasionally the public at English - the U.S. Extra Information:Along with any dictionaries that came with it (presumably US and GB, since I installed the en-GB language version), I tried also adding the "Canadian English Spell Checking, Hyphenation and Check Format>Character>Font tab to make sure there is the little ABC✓ check mark in front of the language (which means that the dictionary is installed). this content
I have downloaded OO anew and the spell check but nothing. could not create Java implementation loader open office 3.4 Windows XP worr Posts: 11Joined: Fri Jul 06, 2012 6:04 pm Top Re: Spell Check Shows all Wrong by Hagar Delest Permalink Log in or register to post comments Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 21 March, 2009 - 07:00 Actually Actually, we do have a national language, and it is English.
Now it works. Click here to E-mail your suggestions and comment Tutorial donated by Sue Barron Spellcheck and Thesaurus 01/08/08 Last modified: 2008-04-30 01:42 UTC This work is licensed under a Creative Commons The spell checker exits immediately after "Tools/Spelling and Grammar…" though there are incorrect words, "AutoSpellCheck" also underlines nothing. Permalink Log in or register to post comments Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 24 February, 2013 - 17:33 Excellent hack Thanks userdww, that did the trick.
It really depends on who you meet. English is checked open office 3.4 Windows XP worr Posts: 11Joined: Fri Jul 06, 2012 6:04 pm Top Re: Spell Check Shows all Wrong by worr » Fri Jul 06, Are you in Junior High or something? More Help Right-click on the misspelled word, thae.
But... what does it offer that dictionary/spellchecker bundled with openoffice doesn't have? Clearly, "Englishman" has no idea what he is talking about. Permalink Log in or register to post comments Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 9 December, 2012 - 12:48 Spelling and Grammer not functioning I have seen several posts regarding a
In Language Settings, Wriing aids, Available Language Modules has Hunspell spelling checker, Language Tool, LibHyphen hyhenator and OpenOffice.org Hyphenator all checked. But, yah you can have English if you want it. A red wavy line does not appear under “derections”. Any ideas as to why every word is allegedly misspelled, and the dictionary is not working> Permalink Log in or register to post comments Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 15
Mine has done the same and i have seen no viable solutions. http://philgiebler.com/spell-check/spell-check-not-working-in-openoffice.html Great dictionary! open office 3.4 Windows XP worr Posts: 11Joined: Fri Jul 06, 2012 6:04 pm Top Re: Spell Check Shows all Wrong by worr » Fri Jul 06, 2012 7:56 pm I hope you don't shop there or you also could be 'dumbed down'.
I also happen to speak a second language that kinda sounds like the language on you little island there but you don't own it, you don't control it and for that So perhaps it does it exists, although there is not official institute that maintains the rights to define what it is and what it is not. I'm not defending so called 'Americans' either. http://philgiebler.com/spell-check/spell-check-not-working-in-openoffice-3-4.html Now follow the prompts until it asks you to restart Open Office 3.
No change... If you are doing multiple downloads select one file at a time and click Open. Thanks Ed Wright edw at thewrightsplace dot us Permalink Log in or register to post comments Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 20 November, 2009 - 04:23 DICTIONARY CAN I HAVE
Articles Blogs Advanced Search Forum PC Operating System and Software Troubleshooting and Assistance Applications OpenOffice spellcheck not working... :( Custom Search Join the PC homebuilding revolution! I also came across an Australian dictionary. Done! had been working fine since original install open office 3.4 Windows XP worr Posts: 11Joined: Fri Jul 06, 2012 6:04 pm Top Re: Spell Check Shows all Wrong by RoryOF
The OP did not coin the term, nor did they "bastardize" anything. I haven't tried this US dictionary yet; does it include British? On the next screen select whether it is for all users or just yourself, read and accept the license agreement and the file will then be added to your installation. weblink Next time I'll come back here and search.Followup: it appears that generating a new user profile, and setting my default language/dictionary, has worked.
It fixed my spell check problem! They can sound intelligent or stupid. Permalink Log in or register to post comments Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 26 September, 2013 - 23:59 Yeah, I know I'm a little late to this conversation Regardless, were I have these packages installed:$ pacman -Q | grep -E "libreoffice|hunspell|mythes|hyphen"hunspell 1.2.15-1hunspell-en 7.1-1hunspell-ru 0.99g5-4hunspell-uk 1.6.1-1hyphen 2.7.1-2hyphen-en 2.7.1-2hyphen-ru 0.1-2hyphen-uk 0.1-1libmythes 1.2.1-1libreoffice-calc 3.4.2-2libreoffice-common 3.4.2-2libreoffice-en-GB 3.4.2-1libreoffice-extension-ct2n 3.4.2-2libreoffice-extension-diagram 3.4.2-2libreoffice-extension-google-docs 3.4.2-2libreoffice-extension-hunart 3.4.2-2libreoffice-extension-nlpsolver 3.4.2-2libreoffice-extension-numbertext 3.4.2-2libreoffice-extension-oooblogger 3.4.2-2libreoffice-extension-pdfimport 3.4.2-2libreoffice-extension-presentation-minimizer
Permalink Log in or register to post comments Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 26 March, 2013 - 10:15 Needing help with spellchecker It fixed it! What are the locations and file names I need to put these dictionaries on another machine I am going to be using? Board index The team • Delete all board cookies • All times are UTC + 1 hour [ DST ] Forum powered by phpBB © phpBB Group By any use of I have found en_US.dic and en_US.aff in the uno_packages directory under AppData.....\OpenOffice.org.