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Partial Activation of Dynamic Spelling in InDesign

Dynamic spelling can be very helpful in InDesign, especially if you do a lot of your writing in InDesign. However, activating the feature is an all-or-none affair. Either all the features are activated, or none are. A good way to “partially activate” just the part of dynamic spelling feature you want, is to change the color of the unwanted features to white (assuming your paper color is white)! Of course, it only kinda works, your text will get blocked with white if it has descenders, but that’s a small sacrifise to make.

  • In Preferences > Spelling, change the Underline Color for the dynamic spelling feature!
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