Microsoft Word

The problem is this:  When I am proofing a document after it is written, it will stop on any green or red lines and a box will pop up which has a variety of options on it; e.g. "ignore once."  When  I click that, the scan proceeds forward to the next "error."  Ultimately, a box pops up and says something like "finished" or some such.  So everything is OK and I save it and close the document.  But, at a later time when I reopen the document, it automatically re-edits the document and brings up the green and red line "errors" again, just like it was before I corrected it.  I don't want it to automatically re-edit the entire document - only anything I might add to it.  Thanks
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ycguy1117Author Commented:
Office 2007

For spelling errors one option is to add to Dictionary so it then thinks it is right so.
or the other is to select the text concerned and go to Review / Language / Language / Set Proofing Language and tick
Do not check spelling or grammar


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