This is driving me nuts. I'm using Word to summarize books I study. Now, for a term such as
It first complains about why I don't have "Binding Operations". Then why I don't have "Clear Binding". And lastly, even after I add "BindingOperations" and "ClearBinding" to the dictionary, it complains aobut BindingOperations.ClearBinding!
My question is: How can I configure Word's spell checker to accept Word1Word2 and CorrectWord1.CorrectWord2 when the spelling of Word1, Word2, CorrectWord1 and CorrectWord2 are correct?
edit: I'm embarresed to say I have solved the problem. I just used dashes as in "Frame-Position" instead of FramePosition.
edit: Here's a skeleton for a word macro to solve this problem:
F8 twice (to select the word) <control u> (to underline) F8 twice (to extend selection to more than one word, because of a bug in Word where replacing when just one word is selected replaces all across the document, not just across the selection ) <contrl h> (to replace) ([a-z])([A-Z]) <Alt i> (go get to the "Replace with" text box) \1 \2 <Alt M> (for more) <Alt U> (for wildcards) <Alt A> (for Replace All) <Alt N> (no replacement out of the selection) <Alt U> (Reset the use wildcards) <escape>