Using Grammarly More Better
Jeff, Patty, Lewis, Shawn and other Grammarly honchos: Except for short, one or two sentence answers, I have been creating answers in MS Word then copying to Grammarly. This enables me to use line breaks/paragraphs which I think make all answers more easily readable - it gives us all room to breathe. Word, however, is fraught with weird code that sometimes doesn't translate. Am I missing something? Will HTML work in the box in which I'm typing now (I'll experiment)? <br>One more thing: the bar above the entry box has five different options - only bold and italic work (on my computer OS7-Ultimate) – again, am I missing something?</br> Well, so much for the HTML. <p>One more thing: the bar above the entry box has five different options - only bold and italic work (on my computer OS7-Ultimate) – again, am I missing something?</p> Well, so much for the HTML... again.
Grammarly has the bold, italic, and other features, but spell check doesn't work. HTML doesn't do it either, so it's been pretty much shoot your best shot. Copying from a WP is helpful, but I aim for being succinct.
I'm glad to see some new people on here. Every seems to develop their own style of answering, and you'll soon be be able to spot who wrote what before you see the name.
|link||answered Jun 12 '13 at 02:00 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow|
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