Re: Fonts and spell-checkers
I was spell-checking a document, and the word that got caught in Word's^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
craw was "Installation". Word insisted on replacing that word with
itself. I was tempted to add this perfectly normal word to the
dictionary, but it just seemed so strange... until I realized that I was
actually looking at a lower-case "El," which Word wanted to replace with
a capital "Eye."
Google shows 14,700 instances of that word with a hidden, lower-case
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Fonts and spell-checkers: From: Dan Goldstein
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