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Subject:Re: Frame Spelling Problem Fix From:Linda Castellani <castle -at- CRL -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 16 Dec 1996 11:32:49 -0800
On Mon, 16 Dec 1996, Grant M Goodman wrote:
> This is a fix!?? Forgive me if I've misunderstood the problem, but how
> about this fix, instead:
> 1. Save the Frame document in RTF.
> 2. Open the RTF document in MS Word.
> 3. Run spell check in Word, jotting down any needed corrections on a
> piece of paper with a pen.
> 4. Open the Frame document in Frame.
> 5. One by one, search for and correct the spelling errors you have
> listed on your piece of paper.
> That might save the "couple of hours of patching."
I'm just learning Frame. Am I really going to have to go through
this to spellcheck every time?