The spell check starts at the current cursor position and advances to the end of the document or selection. You can then choose to continue the spell check from the beginning of the document.
Spelling looks for misspelled words and gives you the option of adding an unknown word to a user dictionary. When the first misspelled word is found, the Spelling dialog opens.
Spelling errors are underlined in red, grammar errors in blue. First the dialog presents all spelling errors, then all grammar errors.
Enable Check grammar to work first on all spelling errors, then on all grammar errors.
Not in dictionary
Displays the sentence with the misspelt word highlighted. Edit the word or the sentence, or click one of the suggestions in the text box below.
Lists suggested words to replace the misspelled word. Select the word that you want to use, and then click Correct or Correct All.
Specifies the language to use to check the spelling.
Adds the current combination of the incorrect word and the replacement word to the AutoCorrect replacements table.
Opens a dialogue box, in which you can select the user-defined dictionaries, and set the rules for checking spelling.
Add to Dictionary
Adds the unknown word to a user-defined dictionary.
Skips the unknown word and continues with the spell check.
This label of this button changes to Resume if you leave the Spelling dialog open when you return to your document. To continue the spellcheck from the current position of the cursor, click Resume.
Skips all occurrences of the unknown word until the end of the current LibreOffice session and continues with the spell check.
Replaces the unknown word with the current suggestion. If you changed more than just the misspelt word, the entire sentence is replaced.
Replaces all occurrences of the unknown word with the current suggestion.
Click to undo the last change in the current sentence. Click again to undo the previous change in the same sentence.