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I wrote, “You cannot see the quote marks.” The cause of that was because the default text encoding in the editor is UTF-8. When I change the encoding to Windows 1252: Western European, I can see the quote marks.
This screen shot from Word shows the result from a macro that gives the ANSI value of the text that I typed into Word.
Although the characters are reserved (as shown in the oreilly link, which shows the equivalence between the ANSI values and unicode), Word/Windows uses them for curly quotes.
In the text editor, if the text is encoded as UTF-8, and I copy it to LT, I get the spelling error. If I convert the text to Windows 1252 and then paste into LT, there is no spelling error.
If I copy the text that gives a spelling error in LT back into Word, I get this:
which is not what I started with.
In LT, the characters are u0093 and u0094. I know because I have grammar rules that find them. Example: