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Picture Yourself Learning Microsoft® Word® 2010 by Diane Koers

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Correcting Errors

WHETHER YOU ARE WRITING the great American novel, a standard business letter, or a résumé, spelling or grammatical errors can ruin the impression you’re trying to create. Not only does Word have spelling and grammar checkers to correct document errors, it also has a thesaurus to help you find just the right word to convey your ideas.

Word has built-in dictionaries and grammatical rule sets that it uses to check your document. Word can identify possible problems as you type, and it also can run a special spelling and grammar check that provides you with more information about the problems and tools for fixing them. And although they have been greatly improved in Word 2010, these features aren’t infallible; if you type “To

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