- Microsoft Office Home and Business 2013 English on
- Windows 10 Professional English,
but I am editing texts in Polish.
I have permanently changed Footnote Text-style's language to Polish, but this is ignored and "reset" to English (United Kingdom) each time I add a new footnote:
Each time I add a new footnotes, I need to go to style settings and close this dialog with OK (changing Footnote Text-style's language to Polish again is not necessary; Polish is correctly checked when this dialog is opened, as you can see on above screenshot).
Or I have to manually change language of this line (for each new footnote).
Even more weird thing is that right after writing a new footnote:
- when I select single word or nothing (only place cursor in footnote's line) -- status bar claims that the language of this line is set to English (United Kingdom) (as in screenshot),
- when I select entire footnote's line (i.e. left-click on the left margin) -- status bar claims that the language of the very same line is set to Polish,
and then there and back again: Polish (when whole line is selected) or English (United Kingdom) (when part of it or nothing is selected).
Is this something known -- some bug or weird feature? Is there any workaround for this?
This problem occurs (in my case) for the Footnote Text-style's language only. Changes to all other styles and style's properties are permanent and I don't have to change anything manually.
Edit: The style is already defined and has language set to
Polish. This is the first thing that I did. Yet, language in style definition is always ignored and it is reset to
English (United Kingdom) when each new footnote is added.