Hide (or Show) Glossary Buttons In Editor & FIB Panel
Clicking on this item toggles the setting that determines whether the Glossary Buttons are shown when using the editor and Fill-In-The-Blank questions. If you decide not to use these buttons, hiding them reclaims additional screen space for the other elements in the editor. The default setting is to show the buttons.
Use Normal Paste (or PasteSpecial) Formatting for Glossary Buttons
Clicking on this item toggles the setting that determines whether the Glossary Button insertion operation is performed in the normal Paste mode or the PasteSpecial mode. Normal Paste inserts the string at the cursor location using all the font face, size and effect formatting that was entered when creating the string in the Glossary Editor and PasteSpecial inserts the string at the cursor location, adopting the font face, size and effect formatting that is in place at the cursor location. This is the default operation of the program.
Spell Check Current File...
Invokes the spell checking feature. Flagged items are highlighted in the appropriate panel of the editor.
Configure Spell Checker...
Opens the Spelling Options dialog allowing customization of the operation of the spell checker. See Configuring The Spell Checker for more information on this topic.
Download Additional Dictionaries...
Opens your Internet browser and attempts to connect to the Addictive Software website page where additional free dictionaries are available for download. See Downloading and Installing Additional Dictionaries for more information on this topic.
Delete Current Source File
This selection asks you for confirmation of the selection and, if given, proceeds to delete the currently open file along with any associated .RTF, .FLD, .WAV, MP3, .JPG and .INT files (the files that share a common root with the source file) as well as any backup copies of this file that have been previously made.
Backup Current Source File
This selection backs up the current file along with any associated .RTF, .FLD, .WAV, MP3, .JPG and .INT files (the files that share a common root with the source file) by appending the letters BAK to the root and saving the files to the directory containing the original files.