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I am running Mac OS X ver. 10.7.2 and I find that when I am using Sticky Notes, the "Check spelling while typing" is checked - I uncheck but after some time (maybe after a logout or sleep) the spelling is back on...
It happens EVERY single time - how can I prevent this?

Thx in advance
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