I often switch between languages and keyboard layouts when I type in MS Word. The spelling checker, however, only recognised my native language (because that's the only one installed). Whenever I switch to a different keyboard layout to be able to conveniently write a language with a different writing system, Word auto-detects what language I must be writing in right now, and so it switches to the spelling checker for that language, which does not exist. So, it keeps bugging me, after about every four words, if I want to install the language support.
NO, I do not. I do not like spelling checkers. I think they are aesthetically displeasing and I want to be able to write whatever I wish. If I want to know the spelling I'll consult a dictionary. It teaches me a lot more.
So, you may ask, why haven't you gone to options > spelling and grammar, and turned everything off?
Well, see, I did. Have, a looooong time ago.
And I can fool 'the system' by telling it that I'm writing in my native language, even if I use a foreign keyboard layout. BUT, every time I switch between keyboard layouts in one Word document (which, in my case, happens a lot, because I also use the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) a lot, which requires me to switch back and forth all the time.
And each time I do, it auto-changes to a language for which I don't have the support installed-- And it's annoying me to no end.
I've got a solution: Install the support, and then it'll shut up in every language I use. But I don't own MS Office. I borrowed it once just to install it.
If you can't help me, I'll either go insane (though I'm still all right after 5 years of abuse), or I'll really threaten to switch to Open Office or something...