Saving my work
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?
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|
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|
The free grammarly word addin stops the document saving the recommended changes. So after using grammarly to edit a document. When you open the document no changes have been saved. I think grammarly should be inform people that the free version is only a demonstration model and that no aditing shall actually take place.
Also, any other changes or adjustments to pictires are also arrested by grammarly. Grammarly should be upfront and not deceptive about their addin.
|link comment||answered Mar 23 at 11:45 Uriah New member|
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