Using this on a Mac.

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How? I like the concept so much I boutht it - but I want it to integrate seamlessly in any Office suite I use and on other operating systems. Nid I miss a clue?

See example:

So there could be thousands of people just like Adam Lanza, taking his medicine like he is supposed to, but developing a very different result that it was prescribed for.
asked Jan 29 '13 at 22:47 Thomas Burnett New member

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There is a link at the bottom of the page for technical support.  There are no employees here.  That said, my understanding is that Grammarly's products are all online, not downloaded software.  So you should be able to use it just fine, regardless of what other software you are using.

link comment answered Jan 30 '13 at 03:50 Patty T Grammarly Fellow
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There is a Grammarly Word plug-in that automates the -- very lengthy and cumbersome (yeah, right) -- process of opening your browser, navigating to the Grammarly page, and pasting your text from Word into the Grammarly window. Unfortunately, the plug-in is written in VBA -- which Apple does not support.

 

But since the process of cutting and pasting between your word processor and internet browser is not difficult, not lengthy, and not cumbersome, you will not notice the lack of this feature on the Mac.

 

I hope this helps.

link answered Jan 30 '13 at 05:24 Jeff Pribyl Grammarly Fellow

Excellent advice, regardless of the sarcasm. However, (1) I don't use Word; (2) It is, in fact, not possible to copy directly from my clipboard without creating a document isn a format that Grammarly recognizes, and then uploading it. I cannot -c and -v directly. (3) My main usage is not a wordprocessor. It is typically the clipboard and I am attempting to use the site as a proofreading app. The advice didn't help but thank you for stating the obvious. If there are any answers pending to the question I asked, it is still unresolved. Thomas BurnettJan 30 '13 at 22:04

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