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Spell checking with different dictionaries

Posted on 2006-07-24
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I usually check the spelling before  I send a mail.
The default dictionary is English, but when I write mail in other languages I want to change the dictionary.

I've the .dic file in my data folder and I can select it in the Spell Check window.
My problem is that when I change the name of the dictionary in that window and select Recheck or Skip, the dictionary change back to the default (English)

What should I do to prevent Lotus from skipping back to the default every time?
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I don't know what version you are using but in my client under File->Preferences->User Preferences....International->Spell check there is a checkbox for "keep on the fly dictionary changes until next language tag change"

I'm on version 7.01
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I use version 6.5 and can see the above option.

I selected it and it fixed the problem. I didn't know before, what's that option for.
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