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My business card design shows a jagged line under my email and web UR. It seems to be an auto generated hyperlink. However in PDF preview the line does not show up. What is it?

 

 

 

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Hello Etdronehome,
Publisher is letting you know that it thinks you have misspelled those words!
You can change if /when it should do this by going to Text > Spelling, in the Menu Bar.


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The red underlines show misspelled words when you have the option Text > Spelling > Check Spelling While Typing active.

You could turn that off, and the red lines would disappear. But then you would not be warned of real spelling errors. So, as an alternative, you can select that text, and in the Character studio panel, in the Language section, you can specify Spelling as None.

You could even create a Character Text Style set that way, that you could more easily assign to text that shouldn't be checked.


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18 minutes ago, walt.farrell said:

But then you wuld not be warned of real spelling errors.

Oh, the irony! :D


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Just run the spell checker and add the "misspelled" words into the dictionary

That way if, in the future, you ever accidentally misspell your email or website address you will see the red lines again and be immediately notified of your mistake 


Due to the fact that Boris Johnson is now our Prime Minister, punctuation, spelling and grammar will never be worried about ever again.  We now have far bigger problems to be concerned about.

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5 hours ago, carl123 said:

Just run the spell checker and add the "misspelled" words into the dictionary

That way if, in the future, you ever accidentally misspell your email or website address you will see the red lines again and be immediately notified of your mistake 

Except it doesn't work unfortunately. I reported it a long time back during an earlier beta but it's never been fixed. Neither Learn nor Ignore work.

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19 hours ago, walt.farrell said:

you can specify Spellin as None.

;)


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17 minutes ago, haakoo said:

;)

Wow. Two errors in one post, and even Alfred missed that one :)

Thanks, haakoo.


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Guess @Alfred didn't have enough coffee :P
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7 hours ago, walt.farrell said:

Wow. Two errors in one post, and even Alfred missed that one :)

Well, I did actually notice, but not until after I had posted about the other one, so I decided not to rub salt in the wound by coming back and posting about it. ;)


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Never doubt Alfred.  :D 


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