Spell Check Does Not Ignore the Second Instance of Wrong Spelling in Same Explanation
If you run spell check and correct the spelling for the first instance of an incorrectly spelled word, but ignore the second instance, PCLaw changes the first instance and automatically changes the second instance.
For example, if you run spell check and correct the spelling for the first "arres" to "arrest" and ignore the second "arres", PCLaw automatically changes both instances of "arres" to "arrest".
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