The Swedish Academy published the first edition of the prescriptive dictionary (SAOL) in 1874. Later almost each new edition contained certain lexicographical amendments, besides its selection of words was changed: extinct words were excluded and new-coined ones were added. With the lapse of time a part of slang vocabulary got included into the dictionary and some words considered not enough widely known got their glosses. The latest SAOL Dictionaries have been developed using computer data bases, which has facilitated the work of the authors significantly and let them make it more relevant to the contemporary Swedish Language. SAOL 14 published in 2015 have a number of advantages in comparison with the previous ones. The most essential innovations are the following: another way of complex words presenting (providing inflection indices and references to the relevant simplexes), including postpositive verbs into the dictionary, indication of the tonic accent, a great increase of the interpretation number, including names of states and their citizens, more detailed stylistic marks. Due to the advantages mentioned above the dictionary without any doubts has risen to a new lexicographical level and become even more attractive not only for Swedish users, but also for Swedish language learners.