Adding a word to the list of ignored words
Sometimes Designer may identify a word as being misspelled
when it is actually spelled correctly. However, in such cases you
may not always want to add the word to your custom dictionary. As
an alternative, you can create a list of words that Designer ignores
temporarily when spell checking a document. Designer recognizes
the spelling of ignored words as being neither correct nor incorrect, and
disregards them when performing a spell check.
You cannot view or edit the list of ignored words. Therefore,
it is a good idea to remember the words you add. The list of ignored
words remains in place until you close Designer; each time Designer
is started, the list is cleared.
You can quickly add a word to the list of ignored words while
typing in one of the fields in a form or in the Object or Hierarchy
palettes by using the commands on the context menu (right-click).
Using the buttons in the Check Spelling dialog box, you can also
add a word to the list of ignored words while spell checking in a
To add a word to the list of ignored words while typing
Right-click a misspelled word in any field in a form or in
the Object or Hierarchy palette and select Ignore All. Designer
temporarily disregards all instances of the word as being misspelled
until Designer is restarted.
To add a word to the list of ignored words while spell checking a form
Select Tools > Check Spelling. The Check Spelling dialog
box appears with the first misspelled word highlighted in red under
Not in Dictionary.
Perform one of the these actions:
only this occurrence of the misspelled word, click Ignore Once. Designer
ignores the word and advances to the next misspelled word.
To disregard all occurrences of the misspelled word, click
Ignore All. Designer ignores all instances of the misspelled word
and advances to the next misspelled word. All spell checks disregard
all occurrences of the misspelled word until you restart Designer.
The list of ignored words is cleared each time Designer is started.