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   options; spelling
 
 The :tab:`Spelling` options page in the :dialog:`Options` dialog allows users to
-set spelling and language options for TeXnicCenter. See Advanced configuration
-for more information and settings about languages and spelling.
+set spelling and language options for TeXnicCenter.
+You can also install new :ref:`dictionaries <spelling-dictionaries>`.
 
 .. figure:: images/optionsspelling.*
 
@@ -185,23 +185,21 @@
   do not cause the personal dictionary to be reloaded until TeXnicCenter is
   started next time. 
 
-  
-After spell checking has finished, TeXnicCenter saves the words you added to the
-dictionary or those you marked as *ignore* in the project directory. These words
-will be considered in future sessions, so that you don't have to mark them
-again. 
+
 
 .. note::
 
-  There is a file for each language. For instance, German files have the suffix
-  ``German``. If the language is changed, the words will be lost.
-
-If you want to reset or change these dictionaries, just delete or edit them. The
-first row contains the number of entries, followed by the number of lines. Each
-line contains exactly one word. For example, a file with 3 words has the
+  TeXnicCenter creates two types of personal word files:
+    - the personal dictionary as described above is a system-wide file and used for all projects.
+    - a project-specific file containing the words that are to be *ignored* during spell checking. This file is saved alongside the project file and has the file ending :file:`.tiw`.
+
+TeXnicCenter saves the personal word files when a project or the program is closed,
+and loads them later when the program is started or a project is loaded.
+
+If you want to reset or change these dictionaries, just delete or edit them.
+Each line contains exactly one word. For example, a file with 3 words has the
 following content::
 
-  3
   first
   second
   third