Using Grammarly More Better

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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.

sigh

asked Jun 12 '13 at 01:26 Brother Dave Contributor

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Get rid of more in the title question. It should just be 'Using Grammarly Better.' I don't know about that other thing.

link answered Jun 13 '13 at 02:29 Peggy Knott New member

Peggy I'll be sure to do that. About that other thing, hmmm maybe it was sarcasm.

Brother DaveJun 13 '13 at 20:02

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