Sometimes this can help:
In the Spelling Checker dialog, click on Dictionaries and then activate the
radio button that says "Mark All Paragraphs for Rechecking".
This is part of my long checklist when converting Word docs to FM.
> Date: Wed, 5 Mar 2014 13:31:19 +0000
> To: rebecca.offi...@alliedtelesis.co.nz; firstname.lastname@example.org;
> From: srick...@wordmongers.demon.co.uk
> Subject: Re: Spell-checking not foolproof
> At 10:45 +1300 5/3/14, rebecca officer wrote:
> >Check the character format and make sure the dictionary settings are right.
> >If it's set to "none" it won't get checked.
> At 09:17 +0000 5/3/14, Harro de Jong wrote:
> >Are you sure the paragraph or character format of that word doesn't have its
> >language set to 'None'? That would prevent it from being checked.
> Good point, but no, it's not set to 'none'. It's only the one word that
> failed to be checked correctly.
> However, this might be part of the truth, as the word 'upwardss', if inserted
> into another chapter in the same book, is correctly flagged as wrong.
> If I search for 'language = none', I get large chunks of text selected, but
> if I reselect the same text manually, the character designer dialog shows the
> correct language (US English). Huh?
> This copy was originally imported from Word... :-(
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