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OK, I found it myself.
-Tools/language/more dictionaries online (NOT in the dialogue Tools/Options/Language Settings/Writing Aids, or anywhere else under the Tools/Options selections. -Clicking on Tools/Languages/More dictionaries online takes you to extensions.libreoffice.org/extension-center?getCategories=Dictionary where you can enter the language you want a dictionary for, and entering 'english' will return, among others, American British Canadian - spelling/hyphen/thesarus dictionaries. Clicking on this name will take you to a page giving details about the selected dictionary, and a ways down the page, just abve All Releases and below the links to download this file is the link If you don't know, how to install an extension in LibreOffice, see our howto about installing extension for detailed instructions. To let you know how to handle the file once you get it. Click on the Download... link and then, if you need it, the If you don't know.. link. This latter link will give you a *.pdf that you can keep in whatever you use to keep your local LibreOffice documentation. The reset is explained in the documentation, and involves Tools/Manage extensions. Whew!

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OK, I found it myself.
-Tools/language/more dictionaries online (NOT in the dialogue Tools/Options/Language Settings/Writing Aids, or anywhere else under the Tools/Options selections. -Clicking on Tools/Languages/More dictionaries online takes you to extensions.libreoffice.org/extension-center?getCategories=Dictionary where you can enter the language you want a dictionary for, and entering 'english' will return, among others, American British Canadian - spelling/hyphen/thesarus dictionaries. Clicking on this name will take you to a page giving details about the selected dictionary, and a ways down the page, just abve All Releases and below the links to download this file is the link If you don't know, how to install an extension in LibreOffice, see our howto about installing extension for detailed instructions. To let you know how to handle the file once you get it. Click on the Download... link and then, if you need it, the If you don't know.. link. This latter link will give you a *.pdf that you can keep in whatever you use to keep your local LibreOffice documentation. The reset is explained in the documentation, and involves Tools/Manage extensions. Whew!Whew!

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OK, I found it myself.
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  • Tools > Language > More dictionaries online (NOT online..., NOT in the dialogue Tools/Options/Language Settings/Writing Aids, Tools > Options... > Language Settings > Writing Aids, or anywhere else under the Tools/Options selections. -Clicking on Tools/Languages/More Tools/Options... selections.
  • Clicking on Tools > Languages > More dictionaries online online... takes you to extensions.libreoffice.org/extension-center?getCategories=Dictionary http://extensions.libreoffice.org/extension-center?getCategories=Dictionary, where you can enter the language you want a dictionary for, and entering 'english' 'English' on the search box will return, among others, American British Canadian - spelling/hyphen/thesarus dictionaries. .

  • Clicking on this name will take you to a page giving details about the selected dictionary, and a ways down the page, just abve above All Releases and below the links to download this file file, is the link "If you don't know, how to install an extension in LibreOffice, see our howto about installing extension extension for detailed instructions.instructions To " to let you know how to handle the file once you get it. it.

  • Click on the Download... link and then, if you need it, the If you don't know..know... link. This The latter link will give you a *.pdf .pdf that you can keep in whatever you use to keep your local LibreOffice documentation. The reset is explained in the documentation, and involves Tools/Manage extensions. Whew!