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Old May 3rd 08, 06:05 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.docmanagement
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Is there a way to set a default for grammar check to ignore sentence fragments?
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In 2007, Office Button, Word Options, Proofing, Click Settings under When
correcting spelling and grammar in Word.

In 2003, Tools, Options, Spelling and Grammar Tab. Click Settings under

"JLG" wrote:

Is there a way to set a default for grammar check to ignore sentence fragments?


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