Wynne wrote:I went to the Tutorial and nothing made any sense... I don't have an option to turn on or off the abc with the red line, I don't seem to have any option that says "paragraph style" (There's a "paragraph" under the Format tab but nothing about style there, etc...
Wynne wrote:I guess I need to start further back from where this tutorial starts or something. Reading other posts, I get the impression I might have to do further downloads of the dictionary I need or something.
Wynne wrote:I have OO 2.4.2 or 2.4.1. Windows Vista. If anybody could get me pushed into the right direction, I would appreciate your help. My kids' english marks are in grave peril!
Wynne wrote:Back again. I went to try the Wizard\Add a dictionary process and shut down the computer. (What does shut down the Quickstart mean??) Anyways. This made no difference.Wynne
Wynne wrote:Yes, I do have a button with abc and a red line under it. What I said is that I don't seem to have any option to turn it on or off. I click on it and it goes dark or not so dark. If dark or not so dark means "on" or "off", it does not seem to make any difference to the spell check option.
Wynne wrote:The tutorial says "Look at the paragraph style..." Nothing about right clicking, "context menus", blah, blah, blah. Anyways, after you so incredulously pointed out this little oh so obvious bit of info, I did this and the language showed English Canadian. This seems right. There's no ABC check mark in front of the language box in this window (Is this where it is supposed to be?) So maybe that's the problem...
Wynne wrote:Yes.. let's think of places I could have downloaded OOo... uhhh, cheapskates.com or... Ilikeabuse.org or... letswasteourtime.net or maybe even meetrudepeople.com? I'm beginning to wonder myself.
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