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Chapter 6. Using Spell Check and Dictionaries > To create a user dictionary:

To create a user dictionary:

1.
Choose Edit > Spelling > Select Dictionaries (Figure 6.3).

Figure 6.3. To create or select a dictionary, choose Edit > Spelling > Select Dictionaries.


2.
In the dialog box that appears, click your cursor on the Files of type drop-down menu (Windows) or the Show pop-up menu (Mac) and choose User Dictionary (Figure 6.4).

Figure 6.4. Use the Files of type drop-down menu (top, Windows) or the Show pop-up menu (bottom, Mac) to choose the Main Dictionary or a specially created User Dictionary.


Within the Select Dictionaries dialog box's File name text box, type what you want to call your new user dictionary. Make it something recognizable, such as tmark for a special trademark dictionary. Be sure to include .upr at the end of the file name (Figure 6.5). When you're done, click New. Once the new dictionary appears in the main list, close the dialog box.

Figure 6.5. Give your new user dictionary an easy to remember name, such as tmark for a special trademark dictionary. Be sure to include the suffix .upr before clicking New.


Within the Open dialog box, click New (top, Figure 6.6). When the New User Dictionary dialog box appears (bottom, Figure 6.6), navigate to the FileMaker Extensions folder and type a name for your new user dictionary in the Save As text window. Use an easy to remember name, such as tmark for a special trademark dictionary. Once you're done, click Save.

Figure 6.6. In the Open dialog box, click New (top). Use the New User Dictionary dialog box (bottom) to navigate to the FileMaker Extensions folder, name the new dictionary, and click Save.



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