I bet there's an easy answer to this, but I didn't turn up anything in the documentation so I thought I'd go ahead and ask.
In MS Word, you type out a paragraph and Word decides that something you've typed is a spelling error - only it's not, it's just a word that Word doesn't know. No problem, you right click the word and select "Ignore All" and the wavy underline goes away.
But here's my problem: these are research papers that I'm typing. So while I can ignore a word or even add it to my local dictionary, when I email the finished paper to my instructor, she is going to be wavy red underlined on her screen. I've tested this. I've ignored the author's names that Word doesn't recognize and then saved the document. If I open it again on my computer, they are still ignored, but if I transfer the file to my laptop, they go all red and wavy again.
Is there any way to save the "ignore all" words inside a word document so that anyone who opens it will not see the wavy underlines?