Thanks to all for the tips.....
I'm on x64 Linux though.... Arch Linux to be specific.
So I'll be using a spelling enabled editor that includes EOL/NL info unlike Word, or LibreOffice for that matter....GEdit is spelling enabled, and I'll be using it as spell checker, copies EOL/NL when copied, and then the QCad editor repects it, so I don't have to do a bunch of reformatting. Then when the plain text with EOL/NL data is pasted into QCad's editor from GEdit...the formatting options that are set in the QCad editor such as font, bold, or italic.....is then applied to the pasted text.
It's a pretty clean solution outside of a native spell checker from within QCad.
BTW: When I'm assembling a Bill of Materials/Cut Sheets for a project from a mfg's web page, I can copy the relavent data for a BOM, paste it into GEdit, the HTML formatting tags are all stripped off, formatting fixed, then recopied from GEdit into QCad's editor box and I'm Golden.
Once Again, thank you to all who posted......
Sincerely and respectfully,