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Add to dictionary

Posted by purpleinopp 8b AL (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 17, 12 at 10:17

Hadn't realized how many plant words I'd added to the dictionary of previous computer until I got this new one. It seems like about every-other word is new again and I'm constantly clicking "add to dictionary." I know it's not necessary to do this, and I could turn off the spell-check, but it prevents me from checking the spelling of some words that just won't stick in my head over and over. When I'm not making up words, I like to spell them correctly.

Does this forum add a lot of words to your dictionary?


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RE: Add to dictionary

It did until my husband tried to fix something on here, now I have NO SPELL CHECK AT ALL!! And he can't figure out how to get it back on! lol I hate it too, because I can't spell!! Drives me nuts!

When I asked him about it he just said "how often do you use it?" I was laughing hystericly~~ he should know! lol

But back to your question~ yes, it gave me the option of adding a word... :)

Marjie


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  • Posted by nankeen z8b Portland OR (My Page) on
    Wed, Oct 17, 12 at 22:20

My phone autocorrects "Amorp" to "Amorphophallus", if that answers your question.


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RE: Add to dictionary

Since our browser crashed and had to be reinstalled a couple weeks ago, I've realized that "add to dictionary" in browser only applies to browser. Couldn't find the dictionary file to import, so thought I'd ask here if anybody knows what it's called in Firefox?


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