Thanks mtzjtm. The OOo dictionaries explanations, only elaborates how to install additional dictionaries of OOo's own. There is a Dutch site (Open Taal) that has a National Language Office approved spellchecker especially for Open Office, but other than that they make dics for Open Office, they're not related to the OOo developpers in any way. The Open Taal dictionary is different from and better than OOo's own Dutch dictionary... Hope you see my problem (though it was solved by DavidMcCann; he provided the directory where to place the dics.
As for the sxw application site, I haven't tried it yet. Will at a later date. Now it's time to sleep.
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