I want to copy all the words of the searchable dictionary (http://ccgi.esperanto.plus.com/cgi-bin/lfn/disionario.html) and paste them in a Word document to print them.
Is there any way to copy all the words without having to deal with copying them one by one?
- Yes, there are several ways. But first, note that you're using a very old version of the dictionary that hasn't been updated for over two years. Try the one at http://elefen.org/disionario/ instead. It even has pictures!
- Click the Xerca button with nothing in the search box. That will display the entire dictionary (it may take a few seconds), and you can copy it to a Word document in one go.
- Or do the same, but start by clicking the Elejes button and selecting "conveninte per primi". When you click Xerca, the browser will display the entire dictionary in a more paper-friendly layout.
- Click Elejes, then download either "Testo cru (engles)" or "Testo cru (completa)". These are simple files that contain the entire dictionary in a format that's easy to search in a plain text editor. The latter is larger because it contains translations into other languages than English. Simon
- If you just want a pure list of the words, with no definitions or translations, go to Elejes and deselect everything in the Mostra section, and (optionally, if you just want a list of the roots) deselect "derivadas" under "Xerca en". Simon