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Sometimes when a user is spell checking a long document they may inadvertently mark a word as correct and jump to the next word using the <tt>]s</tt> command. If the user had not jumped to the next word, they would be able to issue the <tt>zug</tt> command to mark the word as 'not found'. But, when a user has already moved to the next word, they must first move back in the jump list to the word they inadvertently marked as 'correct' using the <tt>Ctrl-O</tt> command. Then the user can issue the <tt>zug</tt> command, marking the word as 'not found' before continuing forward.
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Sometimes when a user is spell checking a long document they may inadvertently mark a word as correct and jump to the next word using the <code>]s</code> command. If the user had not jumped to the next word, they would be able to issue the <code>zug</code> command to mark the word as 'not found'. But, when a user has already moved to the next word, they must first move back in the jump list to the word they inadvertently marked as 'correct' using the <code>Ctrl-O</code> command. Then the user can issue the <code>zug</code> command, marking the word as 'not found' before continuing forward.
   
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created 2007 · complexity basic · author john · version 7.0


Sometimes when a user is spell checking a long document they may inadvertently mark a word as correct and jump to the next word using the ]s command. If the user had not jumped to the next word, they would be able to issue the zug command to mark the word as 'not found'. But, when a user has already moved to the next word, they must first move back in the jump list to the word they inadvertently marked as 'correct' using the Ctrl-O command. Then the user can issue the zug command, marking the word as 'not found' before continuing forward.

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