Saving my work

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I am brand new. I entered a long writing and began correcting my work. But when I hit 'clear' the changes I had made all disappeared. When I went back to redo my work, I could find no "save' button. Where do you hide it?

asked May 05 '11 at 06:55 Dave Stover New member

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Dave, 

 

In the Grammarly editor, there is no save button.  If you want to save the report, you should click download and print, which will convert the report to a PDF.  We encourage our users to make changes in their word processor and save directly to the document.

 

If you have any further questions about Grammarly, please write to Support at support.grammarly.com.

link comment answered May 06 '11 at 12:35 Kimberly Expert
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why can't I  complete analysis without consistantly starting over.  This program is very unstable.  It is not user friendly

link comment answered Jul 11 '11 at 07:35 JOEVELYN jordan New member
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What do you mean? Is there a way to access Grammarly when working in my document directly, so that I don't have to highlight the text loaded into the "Review" portion of Grammarly and then paste that text into a new document?

 

Please explain and walk me through it.

link comment answered Jul 11 '11 at 14:52 Dave Stover New member
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What do I do when the document won't save at all, won't export and won't copy?  I have no copy button in my program by the way. But your support pages show that choice. I paid full price for a long period of time and no way to save or move my changes to another document.

link comment answered Dec 15 '15 at 03:04 Gabrielle St James New member
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i want to send it via maill but i cant make it into 1 document 

link comment answered Jan 10 at 21:04 Sana New member
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This is confusing, internet lead me here because I was trying to convert my work into a pdf without haveing to turn it into a hard copy... any answers ??

link comment answered Jan 14 at 13:54 Jana New member

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