[BCAB] How accessable is the Grammarly grammar checking software
George at techno-vision.co.uk
Sat Mar 24 13:40:00 GMT 2018
Word 10 certainly has a grammar checker as well as spelling checker.
If you go to Word's "Review" tab, this should be in the "Proofing" section.
However, it may well be turned off, which is done on Word's "Options: Proofing".
From: Claire Potter [mailto:claire.potter99 at gmail.com]
Sent: 24 March 2018 13:12
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Subject: Re: [BCAB] How accessable is the Grammarly grammar checking software
Hi, I didn’t think there was one, I know the’s a spell checker but that's not the same as a grammar checker. Warm regards, Claire Potter.
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On 24/03/2018 13:06, Richard Godfrey-McKay via Bcab wrote:
> Have you tried the checker in Word?
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> From: Claire Potter <claire.potter99 at gmail.com>
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> , has anyone ever used the grammar checking software called Grammarly?
> I’m in search of a piece of software to help with grammar checking when producing work and am wondering if anyone has tried this one and if so, how accessable is it? Also, can anyone recommend any software which helps me carry out functions like grammar checking?
> Warm regards, Claire Potter.
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