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[tdf-discuss] Re: Is there a way to get spell check to ignore website addresses?


Gordon Burgess-Parker-3 wrote
On 22/02/14 05:19, 

lanceprior@

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Anyone?

Bump.



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You should re-post this in the Libreoffice Users list.
This is the wrong list for that sort of query...

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Where can I find the the Libreoffice Users list?




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